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September 2021 additions to the library

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Banerjee, S., and A. Aiyadurai. 2021. ‘Everyday conservation’: a study of actors and processes in an elephant conservation project in Assam, India. Human Dimensions of Wildlife:1-18.  External resource

Bautista, C., E. Revilla, T. Berezowska-Cnota, N. Fernández, J. Naves, and N. Selva. 2021. Spatial ecology of conflicts: unravelling patterns of wildlife damage at multiple scales. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 288:20211394.  External resource

Bruskotter, J. T., J. A. Vucetich, S. L. Gilbert, N. H. Carter, and K. A. George. 2021. Tragic trade-offs accompany carnivore coexistence in the modern world. Conservation Letters n/a:e412841.  Download

Budd, K., C. Sampson, P. Leimgruber, D. Tonkyn, K. Storey, M. Garrett, and L. S. Eggert. 2021. Population structure and demography of Myanmar's conflict elephants. Global Ecology and Conservation:e01828.  Download

Catapani, M. L., C. Morsello, B. Oliveira, and A. L. J. Desbiez. 2021. Using a conflict framework analysis to help beekeepers and giant armadillos (Priodontes maximus) coexist. Frontiers in Conservation Science 2.  Download

Cretois, B., J. D. C. Linnell, B. Van Moorter, P. Kaczensky, E. B. Nilsen, J. Parada, and J. K. Rød. 2021. Coexistence of large mammals and humans is possible in Europe's anthropogenic landscapes. iScience 24.  Download

Cummings, A. R. 2021. An exploratory analysis of stakeholders and their influence on human–jaguar conflict in Guyana. Human Dimensions of Wildlife:1-9.  External resource

Davis, K. J., J. Alfaro-Shigueto, W. N. S. Arlidge, M. Burton, J. C. Mangel, M. Mills, E. J. Milner-Gulland, J. Palma-Duque, C. Romero-de-Diego, and S. Gelcich. 2021. Local disconnects in global discourses—The unintended consequences of marine mammal protection on small-scale fishers. Conservation Letters n/a:e12835.  Download

Gervasi, V., J. D. C. Linnell, T. Berce, L. Boitani, R. Cerne, P. Ciucci, B. Cretois, D. Derron-Hilfiker, C. Duchamp, A. Gastineau, O. Grente, D. Huber, Y. Iliopoulos, A. A. Karamanlidis, I. Kojola, F. Marucco, Y. Mertzanis, P. Männil, H. Norberg, N. Pagon, L. Pedrotti, P.-Y. Quenette, S. Reljic, V. Salvatori, T. Talvi, M. von Arx, and O. Gimenez. 2021. Ecological correlates of large carnivore depredation on sheep in Europe. Global Ecology and Conservation 30:e01798.  Download

Gervasi, V., V. Salvatori, G. Catullo, and P. Ciucci. 2021. Assessing trends in wolf impact on livestock through verified claims in historical vs. recent areas of occurrence in Italy. European Journal of Wildlife Research 67:82.  External resource

Hagani, J. S., S. M. Kross, M. Clark, R. Wynn-Grant, and M. Blair. 2021. Mapping and modeling human-black bear interactions in the Catskills region of New York using resource selection probability functions. Plos One 16:e0257716.  Download

Heisel, S. E., E. King, F. Lekanta, F. Lemoile, C. Ryan, I. Lemerketo, S. Sundaresan, E. Malsbury, and B. Bruyere. 2021. Assessing ecological knowledge, perceived agency, and motivations regarding wildlife and wildlife conservation in Samburu, Kenya. Biological Conservation 262:109305.  External resource

Kinka, D., J. T. Schultz, and J. K. Young. 2021. Wildlife responses to livestock guard dogs and domestic sheep on open range. Global Ecology and Conservation:e01823.  Download

​Kshettry, A., N. Bhave, P. Das, and V. Athreya. 2021. Mahakal blessed my crop: community dynamics and religious beliefs influence efficacy of a wildlife compensation program. Frontiers in Conservation Science 2.  Download

Martin, J. V., K. Epstein, R. M. Anderson, and S. Charnley. 2021. Coexistence praxis: the role of resource managers in wolf-livestock interactions on federal lands. Frontiers in Conservation Science 2.  Download

Oliveira, T., A. Treves, J. V. López-Bao, and M. Krofel. 2021. The contribution of the LIFE program to mitigating damages caused by large carnivores in Europe. Global Ecology and Conservation 31:e01815.  Download

Pebsworth, P. A., and S. Radhakrishna. 2021. The costs and benefits of coexistence: what determines people's willingness to live near nonhuman primates? American Journal of Primatology 83:e23310.  External resource

Pekarsky, S., I. Schiffner, Y. Markin, and R. Nathan. 2021. Using movement ecology to evaluate the effectiveness of multiple human-wildlife conflict management practices. Biological Conservation 262:109306.  External resource

Pettersson, H. L., C. H. Quinn, G. Holmes, S. M. Sait, and J. V. López-Bao. 2021. Welcoming wolves? Governing the return of large carnivores in traditional pastoral landscapes. Frontiers in Conservation Science 2.  Download

Pooley, S. 2021. Coexistence for whom? Frontiers in Conservation Science 2.  Download

Salerno, J., F. Stevens, A. Gaughan, T. Hilton, K. Bailey, T. Bowles, L. Cassidy, P. Mupeta-Muyamwa, D. Biggs, N. Pricope, A. W. Mosimane, L. M. Henry, M. Drake, A. Weaver, S. Kosmas, K. Woodward, N. Kolarik, and J. Hartter. 2021. Wildlife impacts and changing climate pose compounding threats to human food security. Current Biology.  External resource

Straka, T. M., J. Coleman, E. A. Macdonald, and T. Kingston. 2021. Human dimensions of bat conservation – 10 recommendations to improve and diversify studies of human-bat interactions. Biological Conservation 262:109304.  External resource

Toncheva, S., R. Fletcher, and E. Turnhout. 2021. Convivial conservation from the bottom-up: human-bear cohabitation in the Rodopi mountains of Bulgaria. Conservation & Society.  Download

Vaske, J., S. Pallazza, C. A. Miller, and B. Williams. 2021. Attitudes, emotions, and acceptance of wolf management in Illinois. Human Dimensions of Wildlife:1-12.  External resource

Vucetich, J. A., J. T. Bruskotter, and D. W. Macdonald. 2021. Can deliberative democracy favor a flourishing relationship between humans and carnivores? Frontiers in Conservation Science 2.  Download

Williams, B. A., B. A. Simmons, M. Ward, J. Beher, A. J. Dean, T. Nou, T. M. Kenyon, M. Davey, C. B. Melton, P. J. Stewart-Sinclair, N. L. Hammond, E. Massingham, and C. J. Klein. 2021. The potential for applying “Nonviolent Communication” in conservation science. Conservation Science and Practice n/a:e540.  Download

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