Patterns of human and elephant hardwood resource utilization

Abstract

Human-elephant conflict is a central challenge to conservation with real and lasting consequences to both elephants and human lives and livelihoods. The Eastern Panhandle of the Okavango River in northern Botswana exemplifies... [ view full abstract ]

Authors

  1. Lauren Redmore (Texas A&M)
  2. Erin Buchholtz (Texas A&M)
  3. Anna Songhurst (Ecoexist Project; Oxford University; Texas A&M)
  4. Graham Mcculloch (Ecoexist Project; Oxford University; Texas A&M)
  5. Amanda Stronza (Ecoexist Project; Texas A&M)
  6. Lee Fitzgerald (Texas A&M)

Topic Areas

Topics: Social-Ecological Systems/Coupled Human-Natural Systems , Topics: Human-Wildlife Conflict , Topics: Changing Demographics and Fish and Wildlife Management

Session

D1-3A » Coexistence (15:30 - Tuesday, 9th January, Kuiseb 1)

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