Determinants of human–elephant conflict in a land‐use mosaic

@article{Hoare1999DeterminantsOH,
  title={Determinants of human–elephant conflict in a land‐use mosaic},
  author={R. Hoare},
  journal={Journal of Applied Ecology},
  year={1999},
  volume={36},
  pages={689-700}
}
  • R. Hoare
  • Published 1999
  • Biology
  • Journal of Applied Ecology
Summary 1. The resolution of direct conflict between humans and elephants in Africa has become a serious local political issue in recent years, and a continental conservation problem. ‘Problem elephants’ damage crops, food stores and water sources, and sometimes threaten human life. 2. Eighty per cent of the African elephant's range lies outside formally protected areas, and inadequate management of human–elephant conflict is frequently a precursor to further decline in the numbers… Expand

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