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Title People and predators : from conflict to coexistence / edited by Nina Fascione, Aimee Delach, Martin E. Smith ; foreword by James A. Estes
Published Washington : Island Press, ┬ę2004

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Description 1 online resource (xvi, 285 pages) : illustrations, maps
Contents Minimizing carnivore-livestock conflict : the importance and process of research in the search for coexistence / Stewart W. Breck -- Characteristics of wolf packs in Wisconsin : identification of traits that influence depredation / Adrian P. Wydeven [and others] -- Wolves in rural agricultural areas of western North America : conflicts and conservation / Marco Musiani [and others] -- Ecology and management of striped skunks, raccoons, and coyotes in urban landscapes / Stanley D. Gehrt -- Birds of prey in urban landscapes / R. William Mannan and Clint W. Boal -- Challenges in conservation of the endangered San Joaquin kit fox / Howard O. Clark, Jr. [and others] -- Carnivore conservation and highways : understanding the relationships, the problems and the solutions / Bill Ruediger -- Living with fierce creatures? : an overview and models of mammalian carnivore conservation / David J. Mattson -- Dispersal and colonization in the Florida panther : overcoming landscape barriers -- biological and political / David S. Maehr -- State wildlife governance and carnivore conservation / Martin Nie -- Conserving mountain lions in a changing landscape / Christopher M. Papouchis -- Restoring the gray wolf to the southern Rocky Mountains : the anatomy of a campaign to resolve a conservation issue / Michael K. Phillips, Rob Edward and Tina Arapkiles
Summary Annotation Carnivores provide innumerable ecological benefits and play a unique role in preserving and maintaining ecosystem services and function, but at the same time they can create serious problems for human populations. A key question for conservation biologists and wildlife managers is how to manage the world's carnivore populations to conserve this important natural resource while mitigating harmful impacts on humans. In People and Predators, leading scientists and researchers offer case studies of human-carnivore conflicts in a variety of landscapes, including rural, urban, and political. The book covers a diverse range of taxa, geographic regions, and conflict scenarios, with each chapter dealing with a specific facet of human-carnivore interactions and offering practical, concrete approaches to resolving the conflict under consideration. Chapters provide background on particular problems and describe how challenges have been met or what research or tools are still needed to resolve the conflicts. People and Predators will helps readers to better understand issues of carnivore conservation in the 21st century, and provides practical tools for resolving many of the problems that stand between us and a future in which carnivores fulfill their historic ecological roles
Notes "Defenders of Wildlife."
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Carnivora -- Ecology -- North America -- Congresses
Carnivora -- Effect of human beings on -- North America -- Congresses
Wildlife management -- North America -- Congresses
NATURE -- Environmental Conservation & Protection.
Carnivora -- Ecology
Wildlife management
Raubtiere
Artenschutz
Wiedereinb├╝rgerung Biologie
Kulturlandschaft
North America
Nordamerika
Genre/Form Conference papers and proceedings
Congresses.
Form Electronic book
Author Fascione, Nina.
Delach, Aimee.
Smith, Martin E. (Martin Edgar), 1955-
Defenders of Wildlife.
LC no. 2004004597
ISBN 9781559630832
1559630833
9781559630849
1559630841
9781429495202
1429495200
9781597269100
1597269107