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Human–Wildlife Interactions
Turning Conflict into Coexistence

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Beatrice Frank, Jenny A. Glikman, Alia M. Dietsch, Michael J. Manfredo, Leeann Sullivan, Jeremy T. Bruskotter, Tara L. Teel, Michelle L. Lute, Meredith L. Gore, Maarten Jacobs, Jerry Vaske, Kristina Slagle, Carl D. Soulsbury, Piran C. L. White, Ketil Skogen, Sunetro Ghosal, Silje Skuland, Siddhartha Krishnan, Joshua Morse, Susan G. Clarka, Ryo Sakurai, Erin P. Riley, Lucy E. King, Omar Ohrens, Francisco Santiago-Avila and Adrian Treves, Rebecca G. Harvey, Frank J. Mazzotti, John D. C. Linnell, Bjørn Kaltenborn, Shelley M. Alexander, Dianne L. Draper, Diogo Verissimo, Brooke Sadowsky, Leo Douglas, Leela Hazzah, Salisha Chandra, Stephanie Dolrenry, Neil Carter, John Vucetich, Robert Crabtree, Hannah Jaicks, Gabriel Karns, Michael Paul Nelson, Doug Smith, Silvio Marchini, Katia M. P. M. B. Ferraz, Alexandra Zimmermann, Thaís Guimaraes-Luiz, Ronaldo Morato, Pedro L. P. Correa, David W. Macdonald
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  • Date Published: May 2019
  • availability: In stock
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9781108416061
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  • Human-wildlife conflict (HWC) is one of the most complex and urgent issues facing wildlife management and conservation today. Originally focused on the ecology and economics of wildlife damage, the study and mitigation of HWC has gradually expanded its scope to incorporate the human dimensions of the whole spectrum of human-wildlife relationships, from conflict to coexistence. Having the conflict-to-coexistence continuum as its leitmotiv, this book explores a variety of theories and methods currently used to address human-wildlife interactions, illustrated by case studies from around the world. It presents some key concepts in the field, such as values, emotions, social identity and tolerance, and a variety of insights and solutions to turn conflict into coexistence, from individual level to national scales, including conservation marketing, incremental and radical innovation, strategic planning, and socio-ecological systems. This volume will be of interest to a wide range of readers, including academics, researchers, students, practitioners and policy-makers.

    • Describes a variety of new perspectives and solutions focusing on coexistence rather than conflict, and intends to catalyse a paradigm shift in wildlife management and conservation from human-wildlife conflict to human-wildlife interactions and coexistence
    • Presents a newly developed concept to foster the inclusion of tolerance and coexistence in human-wildlife research: the conflict-to-coexistence continuum
    • Case studies illustrate frameworks on coexisting with urban wildlife, explore governance for long distance migration, discuss effectiveness and acceptability of interventions for coexistence, and define the place wildlife holds in different landscapes
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    25th Jan 2019 by Drspmehra

    Though I have not read the book, I am sure after reading the introduction that the book could be an asset for the Researchers, Wildlife Enthusiasts, Wildlife Lovers, Rescuers, and in general, Nature Lovers. I wish a copy of the book for my personal as well as institutional library.

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    • Date Published: May 2019
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9781108416061
    • dimensions: 235 x 156 x 25 mm
    • weight: 0.9kg
    • contains: 48 b/w illus.
    • availability: In stock
  • Table of Contents

    1. Human-wildlife conflicts and the need to include coexistence Beatrice Frank and Jenny A. Glikman
    2. A multilevel, systems view of values can inform a move toward human-wildlife coexistence Alia M. Dietsch, Michael J. Manfredo, Leeann Sullivan, Jeremy T. Bruskotter and Tara L. Teel
    3. Broadening the aperture on coexistence with wildlife through the lens of identity, risk, and morals Michelle L. Lute and Meredith L. Gore
    4. Understanding emotions as opportunities for and barriers to coexistence with wildlife Maarten Jacobs and Jerry Vaske
    5. Tolerance for wildlife: a psychological perspective Kristina Slagle and Jeremy T. Bruskotter
    6. A framework for assessing and quantifying human-wildlife interactions in urban areas Carl D. Soulsbury and Piran C. L. White
    7. Predators in humans landscapes Ketil Skogen, Sunetro Ghosal, Silje Skuland and Siddhartha Krishnan
    8. Corridor of conflict: learning to coexist with long distance mule deer migrations, Wyoming, United States Joshua Morse and Susan G. Clarka
    9. Collaborative approach for coexistence with wildlife in rural regions of Japan Ryo Sakurai
    10. Toward tolerance and coexistence: a comparative analysis of the human-macaque interface in Sulawesi, Indonesia, and Florida, United States Erin P. Riley
    11. Elephants and bees: using beehive fences to increase human-elephant coexistence for small-scale farmers in Kenya Lucy E. King
    12. The twin challenges of preventing real and perceived threats to human interests Omar Ohrens, Francisco Santiago-Avila and Adrian Treves
    13. Conflict and coexistence with invasive wildlife: examining attitudes and behaviours toward Burmese pythons in Florida Rebecca G. Harvey and Frank J. Mazzotti
    14. Institutions for achieving human wildlife coexistence: the case of large herbivores and large carnivores in Europe John D. C. Linnell and Bjørn Kaltenborn
    15. Worldviews and coexistence with coyotes Shelley M. Alexander and Dianne L. Draper
    16. Conservation marketing as a tool to promote human-wildlife coexistence Diogo Verissimo, Brooke Sadowsky and Leo Douglas
    17. Leaping forward: the need for innovation in wildlife conservation Leela Hazzah, Salisha Chandra and Stephanie Dolrenry
    18. Toward human-wildlife coexistence through the integration of human and natural systems: the case of grey wolves in the Rocky Mountains, USA Neil Carter, Jeremy T. Bruskotter, John Vucetich, Robert Crabtree, Hannah Jaicks, Gabriel Karns, Michael Paul Nelson, Doug Smith and John D. C. Linnell
    19. Planning for coexistence in a complex human-dominated world Silvio Marchini, Katia M. P. M. B. Ferraz, Alexandra Zimmermann, Thaís Guimaraes-Luiz, Ronaldo Morato, Pedro L. P. Correa and David W. Macdonald
    20. Human-wildlife interactions: multifaceted approaches for turning conflict into coexistence Jenny A. Glikman, Beatrice Frank and Silvio Marchini.

  • Editors

    Beatrice Frank, Capital Regional District of Victoria Regional Parks
    Beatrice Frank is the Social Science Specialist for Capital Regional District Regional Parks, Canada and an adjunct professor at the University of Victoria. In the last ten years, she has focused on better defining tolerance and coexistence and developed the conflict-to-coexistence concept proposed in this book, which she is furthering in her most recent research and publications on wildlife and protected areas.

    Jenny A. Glikman, Institute for Conservation Research, San Diego Zoo Global
    Jenny A. Glikman is Associate Director of Community Engagement at the San Diego Zoo's Institute for Conservation Research, and board member of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Task Force on Human-Wildlife Conflict. As a social scientist, she focuses on understanding the relationships between humans and wildlife. Her work spans from studying and addressing human-wildlife interactions, to exploring various aspects of local consumers of wildlife products in several countries.

    Silvio Marchini, Universidade de São Paulo
    Silvio Marchini is a research associate at the Wildlife Conservation Research Unit (WildCRU),University of Oxford, and University of Sao Paulo, Brazil, and conservation fellow at Chester Zoo. He is a board member of the IUCN Task Force on Human-Wildlife Conflict and of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Conservation Planning Specialist Group. His current work focuses on ways to upscale the analysis and management of human-wildlife conflicts.

    Contributors

    Beatrice Frank, Jenny A. Glikman, Alia M. Dietsch, Michael J. Manfredo, Leeann Sullivan, Jeremy T. Bruskotter, Tara L. Teel, Michelle L. Lute, Meredith L. Gore, Maarten Jacobs, Jerry Vaske, Kristina Slagle, Carl D. Soulsbury, Piran C. L. White, Ketil Skogen, Sunetro Ghosal, Silje Skuland, Siddhartha Krishnan, Joshua Morse, Susan G. Clarka, Ryo Sakurai, Erin P. Riley, Lucy E. King, Omar Ohrens, Francisco Santiago-Avila and Adrian Treves, Rebecca G. Harvey, Frank J. Mazzotti, John D. C. Linnell, Bjørn Kaltenborn, Shelley M. Alexander, Dianne L. Draper, Diogo Verissimo, Brooke Sadowsky, Leo Douglas, Leela Hazzah, Salisha Chandra, Stephanie Dolrenry, Neil Carter, John Vucetich, Robert Crabtree, Hannah Jaicks, Gabriel Karns, Michael Paul Nelson, Doug Smith, Silvio Marchini, Katia M. P. M. B. Ferraz, Alexandra Zimmermann, Thaís Guimaraes-Luiz, Ronaldo Morato, Pedro L. P. Correa, David W. Macdonald

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