Correlates of bushmeat hunting among remote rural households in Gabon, Central Africa.

Abstract

Hunted wild animals (i.e., bushmeat) are a main source of protein for many rural populations in the tropics, and the unsustainable harvest of these animals puts both human food security and ecosystem functioning at risk. To understand the correlates of bushmeat consumption, we surveyed 1219 households in 121 rural villages near three newly established… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/j.1523-1739.2011.01802.x

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@article{Foerster2012CorrelatesOB, title={Correlates of bushmeat hunting among remote rural households in Gabon, Central Africa.}, author={Steffen Foerster and David S. Wilkie and G. Morelli and Josefien Demmer and Malcolm Ronald Starkey and Paul T. Telfer and Matthew Steil and Arthur Lewbel}, journal={Conservation biology : the journal of the Society for Conservation Biology}, year={2012}, volume={26 2}, pages={335-44} }