The earliest domestic cat on the Silk Road
Contributor(s):: Haruda, A. F., Ventresca Miller, A. R., Paijmans, J. L. A., Barlow, A., Tazhekeyev, A., Bilalov, S., Hesse, Y., Preick, M., King, T., Thomas, R., Härke, H., Arzhantseva, I.
Socio-Economic Factors in Companion Animal Relinquishment on the Sunshine Coast, Australia
Contributor(s):: Carter, J., Taylor, C. S.
Animal geographies I: Hearing the cry and extending beyond
Contributor(s):: Gibbs, Leah M.
Animal geographies I
Contributor(s):: Hovorka, Alice J.
Therapeutic landscapes and non-human animals: the roles and contested positions of animals within care farming assemblages
Contributor(s):: Gorman, Richard
Sociocultural aspects of attitudes toward marine animals: a focus group analysis
Contributor(s):: Unna Lassiter, Jennifer R. Wolch
In geographic research of the past decade, the understanding of nature-society relations has broadened to include ideas about our relationship with and attitudes toward animals. In this study, we explore the relationship between attitudes toward marine animals and...
From zoogeography to animal geography: the spatial commodification of animals
Contributor(s):: Chris Mayda
Zoogeography developed as a Newtonian/Cartesian science in the early nineteenth century as descriptive classification. After Darwin it evolved into biogeography, an explanatory, then predictive science, often aligned with and even indistinguishable from ecology. As a science,...
Using radar cross-section to enhance situational awareness tools for airport avian radars
Contributor(s):: Nohara, T. J., Beason, R. C., Weber, P.
The current state of welfare, housing and husbandry of the English pet rabbit population
Contributor(s):: Rooney, N. J., Blackwell, E. J., Mullan, S. M., Saunders, R., Baker, P. E., Hill, J. M., Sealey, C. E., Turner, M. J., Held, S. D.
A Research Framework for the Geographic Study of Exotic Pet Mammals in the USA
Contributor(s):: Gabrielle C. Tegeder
Exotic animals are not well-represented in geographic studies, even in the emerging sub-field of animal geography. With the dearth of exotic animal studies, and the relevance of exotic pets in the public consciousness and in the news, a basic, introductory study such as this is necessary to begin...
Pets in the city: Managing surplus dogs in Syracuse, New York
Contributor(s):: Cutler, Kristin
This thesis contributes to the growing interest in animals in geography. Specifically, it situates pets within the geographic literature and addresses the causes and consequences of pet love in the United States. Using Syracuse, New York as a case study, this thesis illuminates the critical yet...
Re-ordering the natural world: Human-animal relations in a Canadian urban setting
Contributor(s):: Sabloff, Annabelle
Animal geographies II: Methods
Contributor(s):: Buller, Henry
Making Space for Mexican Wolves: Technology, Knowledge and Conservation Politics
Contributor(s):: Paula D. Decker
The use of geospatial technologies, including radio telemetry, GPS collars, and mapping software, has proliferated in wildlife conservation. In addition to being tools for research, though, tracking devices are increasingly used to control animals that have been reintroduced to natural areas....
Camels in Saudi oasis during the last two millennia; the examples of Dumat al-Jandal (Al-Jawf Province) and al-Yamama (Riyadh Province)
Contributor(s):: Monchot, H.
By its extraordinary adaptability to live in a hyper arid environment, the camel ( Camelus dromaderius) is certainly the animal that best characterizes the Arabian Peninsula. If a rich ethnographic literature exists showing the economic importance of this species through the last two millennia,...
Camels in the front line
Contributor(s):: Bartosiewicz, L.
This paper is a short comment on the historical perception of camels in Europe with special regard to Ottoman Turkish occupation in the Carpathian Basin. Regardless of their varied functions ranging from tokens of royal selfrepresentation to mundane beasts of burden or war machinery, these...
Recent camel finds from Hungary
Contributor(s):: Daroczi-Szabo, L., Daroczi-Szabo, M., Kovacs, Z. E., Korosi, A., Tugya, B.
This paper is a brief review of camel bones recently discovered in the territory of modern-day Hungary. The goal of this paper is to provide an inventory of all known camel finds representing both the Roman Period province of Pannonia (1st-4th c.) and the northernmost outpost of the Ottoman...
Agriculture - Who cares? An investigation of 'care farming' in the UK
Contributor(s):: Leck, Chris, Evans, Nick, Upton, Dominic
Contesting captive cetaceans: (il)legal spaces and the nature of dolphins in urban Singapore
Contributor(s):: Neo, Harvey, Ngiam, J. Z.
Embodied encounters between humans and gators
Contributor(s):: Keul, Adam