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Averting biodiversity collapse in tropical forest protected areas
The rapid disruption of tropical forests probably imperils global biodiversity more than any other contemporary phenomenon. With deforestation advancing quickly, protected areas are increasinglyExpand
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Importance, cause and effect of bushmeat hunting in the Udzungwa Mountains, Tanzania: Implications for community based wildlife management
Community Based Wildlife Management (CBWM) has been suggested as a conservation strategy in response to bushmeat hunting in the Udzungwa Mountains within the Eastern Afromontane biodiversity hotspot.Expand
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Hunting or habitat degradation? Decline of primate populations in Udzungwa Mountains, Tanzania: An analysis of threats
Abstract Hunting and habitat degradation are universal threats to primates across the tropics, thus deciphering the relative impact of threats on population relative abundance is critical toExpand
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A Comparative Study on Bushmeat Consumption Patterns in ten Tribes in Tanzania
Bushmeat hunting is an important driver of wildlife depletion in Tanzania, but national-wide estimates of its consumption are lacking. We compare bushmeat consumption frequencies and determinants inExpand
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Reshaping Conservation: The Social Dynamics of Participatory Monitoring in Tanzania's Community‑managed Forests
Drawing on a study of community-managed forest reserves in southern Tanzania, this article discusses how community members engage and shape inclusive protected area management practices to produceExpand
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Combining income and assets measures to include the transitory nature of poverty in assessments of forest dependence: Evidence from the Democratic Republic of Congo
A considerable amount of research on poverty–environment relations in developing countries under the CIFOR-PEN initiative focuses on household income generation from forests, using total annualExpand
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Using camera trap data to assess the impact of bushmeat hunting on forest mammals in Tanzania
Bushmeat hunting is a pantropical threat to rainforest mammals. Understanding its effects on species richness, community composition and population abundance is of critical conservation relevance. AsExpand
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The Life History Of Human Foraging: Cross-Cultural And Individual Variation
Human adaptation depends upon the integration of slow life history, complex production skills, and extensive sociality. Refining and testing models of the evolution of human life history and culturalExpand
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Quantifying the economic contribution of wild food harvests to rural livelihoods: A global-comparative analysis
This paper empirically quantifies and analyses (i) the economic contribution of wild foods to rural households, (ii) the household socio-economic, demographic, and geographical correlates of wildExpand
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Global patterns and determinants of the economic importance of bushmeat
Abstract Knowledge about the economic role of bushmeat in rural livelihoods mainly stems from small case studies in sites characterised by high hunting intensities, challenging the formation ofExpand
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