Session: OS-H1
Carnivore Conservation Worldwide: A Holistic Review of Conflicts versus Benefits

Carnivores are an important component of naturally functioning ecosystems. However, large home range requirements and other life history traits, especially predatory habits, enhance the likelihood of them coming into conflict with humans (hereafter, human-wildlife conflict [HWC]). HWCs involving carnivores are varied, including direct threats to human safety (e.g., attacks on humans by large carnivores), depredation of livestock, or... [ view more ]

Dr. Tom Serfass (Frostburg State University) & Ms. Zoe Hanley (Washington State University)
08:30 - 10:30 on Wednesday, 13th of January 2016
Kirinyaga 1