Animal Conservation

Cover image for Vol. 20 Issue 2

Edited By: Res Altwegg, Darren Evans, John Ewen, Iain Gordon, Jeff A. Johnson, Gurutzeta Guillera-Arroita and Julie Young

Impact Factor: 2.788

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2015: 10/49 (Biodiversity Conservation); 48/150 (Ecology)

Online ISSN: 1469-1795

Associated Title(s): International Zoo Yearbook, Journal of Zoology, Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation

Virtual Issue - Conservation Conflicts

Conservation Conflicts

Biodiversity is under increasing pressure as human populations continue to grow. Climate change, over-exploitation, land-use change, and the threat of invasive species and infectious disease all challenge the way we manage and conserve biological diversity. As a result, there are increasing numbers of conflicts between those interested in conserving species and those with alternative goals and priorities. These conflicts range from the management of single species to international differences over the management of resources. Here we present past papers published in Animal Conservation which illustrate the broad themes relevant to conflicts in conservation.

Complexities of conflict: the importance of considering social factors for effectively resolving human–wildlife conflict
A.J. Dickman

Confronting the costs and conflicts associated with biodiversity
J. D. C. Linnell, D. Rondeau, D. H. Reed, R. Williams, R. Altwegg, C. J. Raxworthy, J. D. Austin, N. Hanley, H. Fritz, D. M. Evans, I. J. Gordon, B. Reyers, S. Redpath and N. Pettorelli

Potential of trophy hunting to create incentives for wildlife conservation in Africa where alternative wildlife-based land uses may not be viable
P. A. Lindsey, R. Alexander, L. G. Frank, A. Mathieson and S. S. Romañach

Reconciling the conservation of endangered species with economically important anthropogenic activities: interactions between cork exploitation and the cinereous vulture in Spain
A. Margalida, R. Moreno-Opo, B. E. Arroyo and A. Arredondo

Human–wildlife conflicts in a fragmented Amazonian forest landscape: determinants of large felid depredation on livestock
F. Michalski, R. L. P. Boulhosa, A. Faria and C. A. Peres

Farm management and economic analyses of leopard conservation in north-central Namibia
A. B. Stein, T. K. Fuller, D. T. Damery, L. Sievert and L. L. Marker

Predators and people: conservation of large carnivores is possible at high human densities if management policy is favourable
J. D.C. Linnell, J.E. Swenson and R. Anderson

Conflicts between traditional pastoralism and conservation of Himalayan ibex (Capra sibirica) in the Trans-Himalayan mountains
Sumanta Bagchi, Charudutt Mishra and Y. V. Bhatnagar

The science–policy interface for safeguarding key biodiversity areas
T. M. Brooks and P. Matiku

How many to dehorn? A model for decision-making by rhino managers
E. J. Milner-Gulland

Trapper profiles and strategies: insights into sustainability from hunter behaviour
N. F. Kümpel, J. M. Rowcliffe, G. Cowlishaw and E. J. Milner-Gulland

Patterns and perceptions of wildlife crop raiding in and around Kerinci Seblat National Park, Sumatra
M.. Linkie, Y. Dinata, A. Nofrianto and N. Leader-Williams

The ecological effectiveness of protected areas: a case study for South African birds
M. Greve, S. L. Chown, B. J. van Rensburg, M. Dallimer and K. J. Gaston

The effect of wealth and real income on wildlife consumption among native Amazonians in Bolivia: estimates of annual trends with longitudinal household data (2002–2006)
R. Godoy, E. A. Undurraga, D. Wilkie, V. Reyes-García, T. Huanca, W. R. Leonard, T. McDade, S. Tanner and V. Vadez, TAPS Bolivia Study Team

Oil industry, wild meat trade and roads: indirect effects of oil extraction activities in a protected area in north-eastern Ecuador
E. Suárez, M. Morales, R. Cueva, V. Utreras Bucheli, G. Zapata-Ríos, E. Toral, J. Torres, W. Prado and J. Vargas Olalla

Large-scale human effects on an arid African raptor community
J. D. Anadón, J. A. Sánchez-Zapata, M. Carrete, J. A. Donázar and F. Hiraldo