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A stepwise approach to understanding and effectively mitigating human-wildlife interactions

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The study of conflicts in conservation (also known as human-wildlife conflicts) is a growing field of research in areas where people and wildlife interact, because of the negative impacts each can have on the other. Addressing conflicts is certainly challenging because of the complexities of considering diverse interests from numerous stakeholders and the specific ecological and socio-economic characteristics of a given study system. No matter how complex the system under study is, the aim...

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Zoology
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University of Oxford
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DPhil
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2017-10-12

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