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September 2022 additions to the library

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Bautista, C., J. Oeser, T. Kuemmerle, and N. Selva. 2022. Resource pulses and human–wildlife conflicts: linking satellite indicators and ground data on forest productivity to predict brown bear damages. Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation.  Download

Becker, M. S., J. Almeida, C. Begg, L. Bertola, C. Breitenmoser, U. Breitenmoser, P. Coals, P. Funston, A. Gaylard, R. Groom, P. Henschel, D. Ikanda, A. Jorge, J. Kruger, P. Lindsey, H. Maimbo, R. Mandisodza-Chikerema, G. Maude, M. Mbizah, S. M. Miller, E. Mudongo, H. Mwape, T. Mweetwa, V. Naude, V. R. Nyirenda, A. Parker, D. Parker, C. Reid, A. Robson, E. Sayer, S. J. Selier, M. Sichande, C. Simukonda, K. Uiseb, V. L. Williams, D. Zimba, and L. Hunter. 2022. Guidelines for evaluating the conservation value of African lion (Panthera leo) translocations. Frontiers in Conservation Science 3.  Download

Carlson, S. C., A. M. Dietsch, K. M. Slagle, and J. T. Bruskotter. 2022. Effect of semantics in the study of tolerance for wolves. Conservation Biology.  External resource

Das, G., K. Selvan, B. Lahkar, and G. V. Gopi. 2022. Effectiveness of physical barriers in mitigating human–elephant negative interactions in North-East India. Frontiers in Conservation Science 3.  Download

Delie, J., M. D. Needham, and K. Biedenweg. 2022. Modeling cognitive antecedents of tolerance for black bears: the roles of direct experience, knowledge, and risk perceptions. Human Dimensions of Wildlife:1-21.  External resource

Felix, N., B. M. Kissui, L. Munishi, and A. C. Treydte. 2022. Retaliatory killing negatively affects African lion (Panthera leo) male coalitions in the Tarangire-Manyara Ecosystem, Tanzania. Plos One 17:e0272272.  Download

Heim, W., A. Piironen, R. J. Heim, M. Piha, T. Seimola, J. T. Forsman, and T. Laaksonen. 2022. Effects of multiple targeted repelling measures on the behaviour of individually tracked birds in an area of increasing human-wildlife conflict. Journal of Applied Ecology.  Download

Hyde, M., S. W. Breck, A. Few, B. J., J. Schrecengost, J. Stone, C. Krebs, R. Talmo, K. Eneas, R. Nickerson, K. E. Kunkel, and J. K. Young. 2022. Multidisciplinary engagement for fencing research informs efficacy and rancher-to-researcher knowledge exchange. Frontiers in Conservation Science 3.  Download

Kamdar, A., H. K. Baishya, H. Nagendra, J. Ratnam, D. Smith, and N. Sekar. 2022. Human–elephant conflict mitigation as a public good: what determines fence maintenance? Ecology and Society 27.  Download

Matanzima, J., I. Marowa, and T. Nhiwatiwa. 2022. Negative human–crocodile interactions in Kariba, Zimbabwe: data to support potential mitigation strategies. Oryx:1-5.  Download

Matata, M. T., J. J. Kegamba, R. Mremi, and A. Eustace. 2022. Electrified fencing as a mitigation strategy for human-elephant conflict in Western Serengeti: community perspectives. Journal for Nature Conservation 70:126271.  External resource

Thomas-Walters, L., J. McCallum, R. Montgomery, C. Petros, A. K. Y. Wan, and D. Veríssimo. 2022. Systematic review of conservation interventions to promote voluntary behavior change. Conservation Biology.  Download

van Houdt, S., and L. W. Traill. 2022. A synthesis of human conflict with an African megaherbivore; the common hippopotamus. Frontiers in Conservation Science 3.  Download

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