$250 000 in emotional distress damages for the loss of a pet? What's this bond coming to?
Conference Proceedings | Contributor(s): Wilson, J. F.
Animals (un)tamed: human-animal encounters in science, art, and literature
Conference Proceedings | Contributor(s): C.. Kleiter, M. Riedinger, E. Mosseri, D. Fischer, T. Vergeer
Encounters with whales '93 : a conference to further explore the management isues relating to human/whale interactions
Conference Proceedings | Contributor(s): Deb Postle, Mark Simmons
Within the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park there has also been an increase over the past few years in the number of tourist operators applying for permits to run commercial whale watching activities. In the Whitsunday Islands region, which is already a heavily used recreational and commercial...
Proceedings of the Seventeenth Wildlife Damage Management Conference, Orange Beach, AL, February 26-March 1, 2017
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Communication between animals and humans: language, understanding and matters of attitude in human-animal interaction
Conference Proceedings | Contributor(s): Sandra Grötsch
Sandra Grötsch, University of Oulu, Finland Conversation strategies between animals and humans. Language,understanding and matters of attitude in human-animal interaction. Literature and especially fantasy literature provides us with numerous examples of conversation types between animals...
Art, Artistic Research, and the Animal Question
Conference Proceedings | Contributor(s): Helena Pedersen
Recent developments in cultural studies and other areas of the humanities and social sciences point to an ‘animal turn’, an increasing interest in posthumanist, non-anthropocentric approaches toward exploring the multiple roles and meanings of animals in human lifeworlds. This paper...
Wildlife and Human-Impact of the Closer Encounter: Indonesia Case
Conference Proceedings | Contributor(s): Ani Mardiastuti
Human and wildlife formerly live in a relatively disjunct, non-overlapping environment, in the past several decades. However, various human activities has shrunk the wildlife habitat and made the sylvatic habitat closer to human environment, through human induced disturbances to biodiversity...
Anticipating the Outbreak of Zoonotic Infectious Diseases Related to Animal Industry
Conference Proceedings | Contributor(s): R.D. W. Bagja
Keeping and using animals and animal products is an age-old recognition. There are many reasons to own animals and some are as follows: 1. The Animal products are rich sources of essential protein needed by human being so they are farmed for meat or other animal products. 2. The animals which...
Prehistoric reindeer hunting in the southern Norwegian highlands
Conference Proceedings | Contributor(s): Sveinung Bang-Andersen
In contrast to the European alpine areas and lowland plains, where Rangifer tarandus L. became extinct during the final Late Glacial, the species has survived in a wild state in relatively unchanged natural environments in parts of the southern Norwegian highlands. As a consequence, reindeer...
Living together in an urban world: urbanisation and its implications for human-wildlife interactions
Conference Proceedings | Contributor(s): Darryl Noel Jones
The process of urbanisation has been identified as the most prominent cause of extinctions in the present century. Given that most people on earth now live in large cities, the acceleration on habitat alteration due to the spread of cities is likely to have profound implications on both...
Understanding Guide Dog Team Interactions: Design Opportunities to Support Work and Play
Conference Proceedings | Contributor(s): Sabrina Hauser, Ron Wakkary, Carman Neustaedter
The visually impaired have been a longstanding and wellrecognized user group addressed in the field of Human- Computer Interaction (HCI). Recently, the study of sighted dog owners and their pets has gained interest in HCI. Despite this, there is a noticeable gap in the field with regards to...
Healing Therapy: A New Role for Man's Best Friend (Report of June 12, 2014 Conference)
This is the summary of the second conference hosted by the Bob Woodward Foundation on the potential use of service dogs to treat Veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and traumatic brain injury (TBI). The first was held in December of 2013.The Executive SummaryOn June 12, 2014,...
Healing Therapy: A New Role for Man's Best Friend (Report of December 4, 2013 Conference)
This is the report summarizing presentations and discussions at the December 4, 2013 conference hosted jointly by the Bob Woodruff Foundation and the National Intrepid Center for Excellence (NICoE; associated with Walter Reed Army Medical Center, located in Bethesda, MD). The conclusions...
What You Can and Can't Learn From a Pet Food Label
Conference Proceedings | Contributor(s): Angela Witzel
Helping Client Manage the Aggressive Dog
Conference Proceedings | Contributor(s): Julia Albright
Rabies, Dog Bites Prevalence, and Legislation
Conference Proceedings | Contributor(s): Zenny Ng
Rabies Vaccination Protocols and Pitfalls
Conference Proceedings | Contributor(s): Zenny Ng
Our Pet Population Explosion and Operation SPARED
Conference Proceedings | Contributor(s): Kay Clausing
All humane societies are dedicated to preventing cruelty and suffering. No society can effectively prevent cruelty unless it makes spaying compulsory for all females released for adoption and talks spaying to every owner of a female. Even if the home is a good one in every other respect, if a...
"Nobody Wants to Eat Them Alive:" Ethical Dilemmas and Dual Media Narratives on Domestic Rabbits as Pets and Commodity
Conference Proceedings | Contributor(s): Gayane F. Torosyan, Brian Lowe
Using semiotic analysis, this study explores changes occurring in the societal perception of rabbits as farm animals as juxtaposed to their increasing popularity as domestic companions. This study is based on a preliminary hypothesis that rabbits are increasingly perceived and portrayed in media...
NIPAH/HENDRA: Understanding the Links Between Human and Veterinary Emerging Diseases
Conference Proceedings | Contributor(s): Jules Minke
Animals constitute an important source of infectious diseases for humans and the majority of recent emerging diseases in humans are zoonotic. Infections occur through direct or indirect transmission from wildlife reservoirs or via the food chain. Nipah and Hendra viruses have recently joined the...