Adaptive Pathways for Coexisting With Predators in Production Landscapes

Abstract

Nonlethal solutions to human-wildlife conflicts and interactions have been successfully used worldwide, but their wide scale adoption remains limited and lethal practices remain common and entrenched. In Australia, the dingo... [ view full abstract ]

Authors

  1. Louise Boronyak (University of Technology, Sydney)
  2. Brent Jacobs (University of Technology, Sydney)
  3. Arian Wallach (University of Technology, Sydney)
  4. Daniel Ramp (University of Technology, Sydney)

Topic Areas

Topics: Human-Wildlife Conflict , Topics: Community-Based Conservation , Topics: Communication and Education

Session

D2-1B » Human-Wildlife Conflict: Mitigation (08:00 - Wednesday, 10th January, Kuiseb 2)

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