Landscape analysis of resident attitudes toward timber rattlesnakes

Lindsay Keener-Eck

University of Connecticut

Lindsay Keener-Eck received her B.S. in Wildlife Ecology from the University of Maine in 2005. After working various wildlife field tech and organic farming jobs, she began graduate school at the University of Connecticut in 2015 and and will be defending her master's thesis in 3 weeks.

Abstract

The landscape of Connecticut creates unique challenges for wildlife management because of a large proportion of land classified as wildland-urban interface (72%), and a high human population density (4th highest in US). This... [ view full abstract ]

Authors

  1. Lindsay Keener-Eck (University of Connecticut)
  2. Anita Morzillo (University of Connecticut)
  3. Rebecca Christoffel (Snake Conservation Society)

Topic Areas

Topics: Human-Wildlife Conflict , Topics: Cognitive Research (Values, Attitudes, Behaviors) , Topics: Social-Ecological Systems/Coupled Human-Natural Systems

Session

T-4B » HWC: Spatial Analysis (15:00 - Tuesday, 19th September, Assembly Hall B)

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