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Aversive and disruptive stimulus applications for managing predation

@inproceedings{Shivik2000AversiveAD,
  title={Aversive and disruptive stimulus applications for managing predation},
  author={J. Shivik and D. J. Martin},
  year={2000}
}
  • J. Shivik, D. J. Martin
  • Published 2000
  • Psychology
  • The range expansion and reintroduction of mammalian predators (e.g., wolves , coyotes and bears) coupled with growing disfavor for traditional tools of wildlife management creates an immediate need for alternative, non-lethal, but effective techniques for managing predation on livestock. Scientists at the National Wildlife Research Center are using advanced technology and animal behavior concepts (e.g., aversive and disruptive stimuli) to develop new tools for the prevention of damage by large… CONTINUE READING
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