Planning for coexistence: spatial modelling meets the behavioural sciences


The term 'human-wildlife coexistence' conveys two fundamental meanings in the context of wildlife science. One of them is explicit and objective: it is when humans and wildlife exist together. In other words, they occupy, at... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Silvio Marchini (University of Sao Paulo)
  2. Katia Ferraz (University of Sao Paulo)
  3. Alexandra Zimmermann (Chester Zoo)

Topic Areas

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


(01:00 - Thursday, 1st January)

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