Coexistence between wildlife and humans at fine spatial scales.

  title={Coexistence between wildlife and humans at fine spatial scales.},
  author={Neil H. Carter and Binoj K. Shrestha and Jhamak Bahadur Karki and Narendra Man Babu Pradhan and Jianguo Liu},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
  volume={109 38},
Many wildlife species face imminent extinction because of human impacts, and therefore, a prevailing belief is that some wildlife species, particularly large carnivores and ungulates, cannot coexist with people at fine spatial scales (i.e., cannot regularly use the exact same point locations). This belief provides rationale for various conservation programs, such as resettling human communities outside protected areas. However, quantitative information on the capacity and mechanisms for… CONTINUE READING
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