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Complexities of conflict: the importance of considering social factors for effectively resolving human-wildlife conflict

Abstract:

Human-wildlife conflict is one of the most critical threats facing many wildlife species today, and the topic is receiving increasing attention from conservation biologists. Direct wildlife damage is commonly cited as the main driver of conflict, and many tools exist for reducing such damage. However, significant conflict often remains even after damage has been reduced, suggesting that conflict requires novel, comprehensive approaches for long-term resolution. Although most mitigation studie...

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Dickman, AJ More by this author
Journal:
ANIMAL CONSERVATION
Volume:
13
Issue:
5
Pages:
458-466
Publication date:
2010-10-05
DOI:
EISSN:
1469-1795
ISSN:
1367-9430
URN:
uuid:5d8692f4-6805-4194-a178-06229490dcfb
Source identifiers:
211124
Local pid:
pubs:211124

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