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  1. Pillars for successful operationalization of one health as an ecosystem approach: experience from a human-animal interface in the Maasai steppe in Tanzania

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    | Contributor(s):: Gwakisa, P., George, J., Sindato, C., Ngonyoka, A., Nnko, H., Assenga, J., Kimera, S., Nessele, M. O.

    Background: Solving complex public health challenges requires integrated approaches to health, such as One Health. A key element of the One Health approach is the interrelationship between human, animal and environmental health and the associated multistakeholder collaboration across many...

  2. Ensuring ethical animal welfare research: are more ethics review committees the solution?

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    | Contributor(s):: Nielsen, B. L., Golledge, H. D. R., Chou, JenYun, Camerlink, I., Pongracz, P., Ceballos, M. C., Whittaker, A. L., Olsson, I. A. S.

    The article discusses ways to ensure ethical animal welfare research, and suggests that more committees should improve accessibility, but other factors need to be considered as well. The article emphasizes that animal welfare researchers must think about the ethical aspects of their work from...

  3. Effects of Tourist and Researcher Presence on Fecal Glucocorticoid Metabolite Levels in Wild, Habituated Sulawesi Crested Macaques (Macaca nigra)

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    | Contributor(s):: Bertrand, Dominique A., Berman, Carol M., Heistermann, Michael, Agil, Muhammad, Sutiah, Uni, Engelhardt, Antje

    Ecotourism managers and researchers often assume that apparently habituated primate groups no longer experience adverse consequences of prolonged exposure to tourists or researchers. We examined the effects of tourists and researchers on fecal glucocorticoid metabolite output (FGCM) in three...

  4. Separation distress in a sample of rescued galgos form Spain

    | Contributor(s):: Normando, S. R. C., Bertomoro, F., Bonetti, O.

  5. A mixed methods approach for measuring topic sensitivity in conservation

    | Contributor(s):: Ibbett, H., Jones, J. P. G., Dorward, L., Kohi, E. M., Dwiyahreni, A. A., Prayitno, K., Sankeni, S., Kaduma, J., McHomvu, J., Saputra, A. W., Sabiladiyni, H., Supriatna, J., St John, F. A. V.

  6. Human-elephant coexistence challenges in Myanmar: an analysis of fatal elephant attacks on humans and elephant mortality

    | Contributor(s):: Zaw, Min Thant, May, R., Roskaft, E.

  7. How can we tackle interruptions to human-wildlife feeding management? Adding media campaigns to the wildlife manager's toolbox

    | Contributor(s):: Griffin, L. L., Nolan, G., Haigh, A., Condon, H., O'Hagan, E., McDonnell, P., Kane, A., Ciuti, S.

  8. Bites monitoring in Aosta Valley from 2014 to 2020

    | Contributor(s):: Villa, G. M., Trentin, C., Ragionieri, M.

  9. Biomedical research with a Caribbean one-health perspective

    | Contributor(s):: Cheetham, S., Stone, D., Marancik, D., Kaplan, R. M., Olson, N. C.

  10. Primate Sex and Its Role in Pleasure, Dominance and Communication

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    | Contributor(s):: Clarke, Esther, Bradshaw, Katie, Drissell, Kieran, Kadam, Parag, Rutter, Nikki, Vaglio, Stefano

    Sexual intercourse in the animal kingdom functions to enable reproduction. However, we now know that several species of non-human primates regularly engage in sex outside of the times when conception is possible. In addition, homosexual and immature sex are not as uncommon as were once...

  11. The effect of anthropogenic noise on foraging and vigilance in zoo housed pied tamarins

    | Contributor(s):: Steinbrecher, Fiene, Dunn, Jacob C., Price, Eluned C., Buck, Lisa H., Wascher, Claudia A. F., Clark, Fay E.

  12. Monkeying around: Non-human primate behavioural responses to humans reproducing their facial expressions

    | Contributor(s):: Luisi, Béatrice, Micheletta, Jérôme, Julle-Danière, Eglantine, Catinaud, Jérôme, Maréchal, Laëtitia

  13. Room size and offspring presence impact pair-bonded primate affiliation

    | Contributor(s):: Lau, Allison R., Pinto, Brianna R., Witczak, Lynea R., Bales, Karen L.

  14. Emergency fostering of dogs from animal shelters during the COVID-19 pandemic: shelter practices, foster caregiver engagement, and dog outcomes

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    | Contributor(s):: Gunter, L. M., Gilchrist, R. J., Blade, E. M., Reed, J. L., Isernia, L. T., Barber, R. T., Foster, A. M., Feuerbacher, E. N., Wynne, C. D. L.

    Each year, millions of dogs enter thousands of animal shelters across the United States. Life in the shelter can be stressful, and one type of intervention that improves dogs' experience is human interaction, particularly stays in foster homes. Prior research has demonstrated that fostering...

  15. Cross-species emotional political ecology in rural Pakistan

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    | Contributor(s):: Gomersall, K., Anam, Afzal, Sobia, Majeed, Humera, Iqbal, McGill, D.

    This article engages cross-species intersectionality and emotional political ecology to evaluate a dairy extension service that ran in Punjab and Sindh, Pakistan, between 2012 and 2017. The project aimed to mitigate potential negative impacts of implementation, such as the exacerbation of...

  16. Reasons for guardian-relinquishment of dogs to shelters: animal and regional predictors in British Columbia, Canada

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    | Contributor(s):: Eagan, B. H., Gordon, E., Protopopova, A.

    Dogs are relinquished to animal shelters for animal-related or guardian-related reasons. Understanding what drives relinquishment patterns is essential for informing intervention opportunities to keep animals with their guardians. Whereas, overall reasons for relinquishment in a given shelter...

  17. Acoustic Monitoring of Black-Tufted Marmosets in a Tropical Forest Disturbed by Mining Noise

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    | Contributor(s):: Bittencourt, Esther, Vasconcellos, Angélica da Silva, Sousa-Lima, Renata S., Young, Robert John, Duarte, Marina Henriques Lage

    All habitats have noise, but anthropogenic sounds often differ from natural sounds in terms of frequency, duration and intensity, and therefore may disrupt animal vocal communication. This study aimed to investigate whether vocalizations emitted by black-tufted marmosets (Callithrix...

  18. Dogs working in schools-safety awareness and animal welfare

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    | Contributor(s):: Bidoli, E. M. Y., Firnkes, A., Bartels, A., Erhard, M. H., Doring, D.

    Gaining popularity, animal-assisted education is thought to enhance learning processes and children's development, inter alia. While previous research has focused on these potential positive effects for the pupils, animal welfare and human safety in the classroom are aspects that have hardly...

  19. Pandemic puppies and interaction

    | Contributor(s):: Hedges, S.

    2022Veterinary Times523710-10, 121352-9374Englishtext

  20. Identifying with other animals and human well-being: extending perspectives on the social cure and human-animal relations

    | Contributor(s):: Amiot, C. E., Caron, P. O., Bastian, B.