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Human and Wildlife Conflicts

By Larry Clark

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Abstract

The National Wildlife Research Center (NWRC) is the research arm of the USDA's Wildlife Services program. The NWRC is charged with developing methods to resolve conflicts between humans and wildlife, spanning the areas of agriculture and natural resource protection, invasive species, wildlife disease, and product development. The broad scope of the NWRC missions illustrates the various levels wildlife interact with human activities, both positively and negatively. It is when the latter occurs that the NWRC becomes engaged to develop methods in a socially sensitive and responsible way to resolve those conflicts. NWRC scientists address issues in a multidisciplinary manner ranging from molecular and analytical chemical disciplines to ecological and wildlife management approaches. Regardless of the scientific approach, NWRC also address risks and solutions to problems within the social and economic context of management, public policy, and various public-private perspectives. Examples illustrating the range and integration of approaches will be discussed.

Submitter

Katie Carroll

Date September 2014
Series Title 8th International Congress for Wildlife and Livelihoods on Private and Communal Lands: Livestock, Tourism, and Spirit
Publisher Colorado State University Libraries
Location of Publication Fort Collins, Colorado
Conference Title 8th International Congress for Wildlife and Livelihoods on Private and Communal Lands: Livestock, Tourism, and Spirit
Size/Length 25 slides
URL http://hdl.handle.net/10217/86209
Language English
Tags
  1. Agriculture
  2. Animals in culture
  3. Birds
  4. Fish
  5. Frogs
  6. Human-animal interactions
  7. Mammals
  8. Management and conservation
  9. Physical environment
  10. Reptiles
  11. Tourism and travel
  12. U.S. Department of Agriculture
  13. wildlife