Reviewing the success of large carnivore-livestock conflict management


Large carnivores are persecuted globally because they threaten human industries and livelihoods. How this conflict is managed has consequences for the conservation of large carnivores and biodiversity more broadly. Mitigating... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Lily van Eeden (The University of Sydney)
  2. Mathew Crowther (The University of Sydney)
  3. Chris Dickman (The University of Sydney)
  4. David Macdonald (The University of Oxford)
  5. Bill Ripple (Oregon State University)
  6. Euan Ritchie (Deakin University)
  7. Thomas Newsome (Deakin University)

Topic Areas

Topics: Human-Wildlife Conflict , Topics: Linking Science to Action


D2-3C » Evaluating Interventions to Facilitate Human-Wildlife Coexistence (13:00 - Wednesday, 10th January, Omatako 2)

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