Research Priorities from Animal Behaviour for Maximising Conservation Progress.

Abstract

Poor communication between academic researchers and wildlife managers limits conservation progress and innovation. As a result, input from overlapping fields, such as animal behaviour, is underused in conservation management despite its demonstrated utility as a conservation tool and countless papers advocating its use. Communication and collaboration… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.tree.2016.09.001

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@article{Greggor2016ResearchPF, title={Research Priorities from Animal Behaviour for Maximising Conservation Progress.}, author={Alison L. Greggor and Oded Berger-Tal and Daniel T. Blumstein and Lisa M. Angeloni and Carmen Bessa-Gomes and Bradley F. Blackwell and Colleen Cassady St Clair and Kevin R. Crooks and Shermin de Silva and Esteban Fern{\'a}ndez-juricic and Shifra Z. Goldenberg and Sarah L. Mesnick and Megan A. Owen and Catherine J Price and D. Saltz and Christopher J Schell and Andrew V. Suarez and Ronald R. Swaisgood and Clark S. Winchell and William J. Sutherland}, journal={Trends in ecology & evolution}, year={2016}, volume={31 12}, pages={953-964} }