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October 2022 additions to the library



Almarcha, F., T. Ferrández, and J. V. López-Bao. 2022. Symbols, wolves and conflicts. Biological Conservation 275:109756.  External resource

Anderson, R. M., S. Charnley, K. Epstein, K. M. Gaynor, J. V. Martin, and A. McInturff. 2022. The socioecology of fear: a critical geographical consideration of human-wolf-livestock conflict. The Canadian Geographer / Le Géographe canadien.  External resource

Baker, L. R., I. A. Radda, V. N. Teneke, E. Kadala, R. X. Sturdivant, and G. A. Madwatte. 2022. Factors influencing acceptance of hippopotamus at a large reservoir in Nigeria. Conservation 2:662-681.  Download

Chatterjee, M., N. Chatterjee, P. Chandel, T. Bhattacharya, and R. Kaul. 2022. Predicting negative human-tiger (Panthera tigris) interactions in mosaic landscapes around Dudhwa and Pilibhit tiger reserves in India. Frontiers in Conservation Science 3.  Download

Corriveau, A., M. Klaassen, S. T. Garnett, M. Kaestli, M. W. Power, M. Mousavi-Derazmahalleh, M. L. Coghlan, K. Christian, M. Bunce, and H. A. Campbell. 2022. Using dietary metabarcoding analyses to characterise waterbirds–agriculture interactions. Journal of Applied Ecology.  Download

Daberger, M., T. Kuemmerle, A. Khaleghi Hamidi, L. Khalatbari, H. Abolghasemi, H. R. Mirzadeh, and A. Ghoddousi. 2022. Prioritizing livestock grazing right buyouts to safeguard Asiatic cheetahs from extinction. Conservation Science and Practice n/a:e12832.  Download

Eustace, A., D. M. Gunda, R. Mremi, J. Sanya, E. Kamili, W. A. Munuo, M. M. Saigilu, E. H. Martin, A. W. Kisingo, and L. Kahana. 2022. Patterns pertaining to crocodile attacks on humans in Tanzania: baseline data to support mitigation measures. Human Ecology.  External resource

Hohbein, R., and J. Abrams. 2022. Conservation, human-wildlife conflict, and decentralised governance: complexities beyond incomplete devolution. Conservation and Society 20:293-303.  Download

Hughes, C., S. Elmeligi, and A. Morehouse. 2022. Conservation through connection: approaches to engaging communities in applied grizzly bear research. Frontiers in Conservation Science 3.  Download

Malviya, M., and R. Krishnamurthy. 2022. Multiscale spatially explicit modelling of livestock depredation by reintroduced tiger (Panthera tigris) to predict conflict risk probability. Global Ecology and Conservation:e02313.  Download

Raymond, S., and C. C. St. Clair. 2022. Urban coyotes select cryptic den sites near human development where conflict rates increase. The Journal of Wildlife Management n/a:e22323.  External resource

Vaughn, A. K., L. R. Larson, M. N. Peterson, and L. B. Pacifici. 2022. Factors associated with human tolerance of snakes in the southeastern United States. Frontiers in Conservation Science 3.  Download

Zscheischler, J., and J. Friedrich. 2022. The wolf (Canis lupus) as a symbol of an urban–rural divide? Results from a media discourse analysis on the human–wolf conflict in Germany. Environmental Management.  Download

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