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  1. "Blood will tell": producing people and horses in Newmarket, England

    Contributor(s):: Cassidy, Rebecca

  2. 'Emergent aliens' : on salmon, nature, and their enactment

    Contributor(s):: Lien, Marianne Elizabeth

  3. A biogeographical analysis of some relationships between man, land, and wildlife in Belize (British Honduras)

    Contributor(s):: Marvin D Frost

    This thesis research consists of an investigation of the human influences on wildlife in Belize. The study was accomplished by the collection and analysis of data with respect to land use, habitat characteristics, and wildlife status in Belize. Requirements and status of many...

  4. A community of interest

    Contributor(s):: Welborn, Robert F.

  5. A Cultural Conscience for Conservation

    Contributor(s):: Caroline Good, Dawn Burnham, David W Macdonald

    On 2 July 2015, the killing of a lion nicknamed “Cecil” prompted the largest global reaction in the history of wildlife conservation. In response to this, it is propitious to consider the ways in which this moment can be developed into a financial movement to transform the...

  6. A Framework to Evaluate Wildlife Feeding in Research, Wildlife Management, Tourism and Recreation

    Full-text: Available

    Contributor(s):: Sara Dubois, David Fraser

    Feeding of wildlife occurs in the context of research, wildlife management, tourism and in opportunistic ways. A review of examples shows that although feeding is often motivated by good intentions, it can lead to problems of public safety and conservation and be detrimental to the welfare of the...

  7. A Hypothetical Engagement: GATT Article XX(a) and Indonesia's FATWA Against Trade in Endangered Species

    Contributor(s):: Lisa M. Meissner

    The greatest recognized threat facing biodiversity conservation today is habitat destruction. Other threats include but are not limited to global climate change, encroachment, illegal wildlife trafficking, and overexploitation through intensive agricultural and commercial uses. Although wildlife...

  8. A influência da relação entre homem e animais no aprendizado de zoologia

    Contributor(s):: Ricardo Cardoso Leite

    Este trabalho investiga como a relação entre homem e animal pode influenciar no aprendizado de Zoologia. Foram testadas três hipóteses: quanto maior a afinidade de uma pessoa pelos animais maior é o seu aprendizado; quanto mais contato a pessoa tem com a natureza...

  9. A look at the ecotherapy research evidence

    Contributor(s):: Chalquist, Craig

  10. A nature language: An agenda to catalog, save, and recover patterns of human

    Contributor(s):: Kahn, Peter H., Jr., Ruckert, Jolina H., Severson, Rachel L., Reichert, Aimee L., Fowler, Erin

  11. A study on elephant and human interactions in Kodagu, South India

    Contributor(s):: Malavika Hosahally Narayana

    Increasing human populations have resulted in the extensive conversion of natural forests and range lands into agricultural lands, resulting in an expansion of the interface between people and elephants across the elephant range countries of Asia and Africa. This interface describes the nature of...

  12. A Survey of Queen Elizabeth National Park (QENP) Communities' Attitudes Toward Human-Lion Conflict and Lion Conservation

    Contributor(s):: Nick M. Moghari

    Local human communities within Queen Elizabeth National Park (QENP) were surveyed to determine prevalent attitudes toward lion conservation efforts and Uganda Wildlife Authority’s (UWA’s) Revenue Sharing Program. Other objectives of the surveys were to obtain information about the...

  13. A systematic review of zoonoses transmission and livestock/wildlife interactions: Preliminary findings

    Contributor(s):: Delia Grace, R. Kock, J. Rushton, F. Mutua, J.J. McDermott, D.U. Pfeiffer, B. Jones

  14. A Unique Perspective on True Wildlife Conservation: Krithi Karanth at TEDxGateway 2013

    Wildlife conservation is an important topic to discuss and be aware of.  Krithi Karanth provides some new perspectives on conservation and shares her ideas for protecting wildlife for generations to come.

  15. A World Without Elephants | Brad Spanbauer | TEDxOshkosh

    Contributor(s):: Brad Spanbauer

    In the year 2026, countries across Africa are reporting ecosystem collapse, record temperatures, reduced rainfall, and dwindling animal populations. At the center of this chaos is a void that was once filled by the African elephant. Spanbauer highlights the potential far-reaching impacts of a...

  16. A World Without Elephants: Brad Spanbauer at TEDxOshkosh

    Contributor(s):: Brad Spanbauer

    In the year 2026, countries across Africa are reporting ecosystem collapse, record temperatures, reduced rainfall, and dwindling animal populations. At the center of this chaos is a void that was once filled by the African elephant. Spanbauer highlights the potential far-reaching impacts of a...

  17. A zoo-logical nature. The construction of Africa in Kristiansand Zoo and Amusement Park

    Contributor(s):: Ruud, Lise Camilla

  18. Affective, cognitive, and evaluative perceptions of animals

    Contributor(s):: Kellert, SR, Altman, I., Wohlwill, J. F.

  19. Alternative Methods of Controlling Wildlife Populations

    Contributor(s):: Lindsay Aspin, Chantel McDowell, Rebecca Rocha, Julie M. Fagan

    Every year New Jersey sets aside several days for a state-sponsored black bear hunt. We feel that this hunt is unnecessary, and that proper human behaviors will change black bear behavior, and ultimately decrease human-bear interactions. This way, humans are at peace, and bears are at peace, and...

  20. Amidst Macaques: A Multispecies Ethnography

    Contributor(s):: Timothy Soyk

    Before going to Kyoto, I remember my Japanese tutor telling me stories about the free roaming monkeys (Japanese Macaques) that would lurk on rooftops and rummage through garbage. The idea of such a rowdy unique presence right among human territory was such an exciting idea to me; it must...