Adaptive Pathways for Coexisting With Predators in Production Landscapes


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 ]


  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


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

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