Human-Wildlife Conflict Management

@inproceedings{Decker2003HumanWildlifeCM,
  title={Human-Wildlife Conflict Management},
  author={Daniel J. Decker and T. Bruce Lauber and William F. Siemer},
  year={2003}
}
Acknowledgments The following individuals contributed text that appears in the guide as sidebars: Some of the sidebars in this guide use brief excerpts from previously published materials. Many of the ideas and applications discussed in this guide are direct products of New York's sustained commitment to understanding and integrating the human and biological dimensions of wildlife management. in the Human Dimensions Research Unit, and four anonymous reviewers. Their thoughtful comments and… CONTINUE READING

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