Finding pathways to human-elephant coexistence: A risky business


Finding ways for people and wildlife to coexist requires affording both parties access to critical resources and space, but also a behavioural change by both to avoid conflict. We investigated pathway use in a population of... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Anna Songhurst (Ecoexist Project; University of Oxford; Texas A&M)
  2. Graham Mcculloch (Ecoexist Project; University of Oxford; Texas A&M)
  3. Amanda Stronza (Ecoexist Project; Texas A&M)

Topic Areas

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


D1-2A » Special Session II: New Frontiers and Innovations in Human Dimensions of Wildlife Research in Africa (13:00 - Tuesday, 9th January, Kuiseb 2)

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