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Submissions from 2024

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Leveraging High Resolution Classifications and Random Forests for Hindcasting Decades of Mesic Ecosystem Dynamics in the Landsat Time Series, N. E. Kolarik, N. Shrestha, T. Caughlin, and J. S. Brandt

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Mesic Vegetation Persistence: A New Approach for Monitoring Spatial and Temporal Changes in Water Availability in Dryland Regions Using Cloud Computing and the Sentinel and Landsat Constellations, Nawaraj Shrestha, Nicholas E. Kolarik, and Jodi S. Brandt

Submissions from 2023

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Testing the Affect of Modified Sense of Place, Conservation Ethic, and Good Farmer Identity Measures on Predicting the Adoption of Cover Crops in Working Landscapes in Iowa, Elizabeth A. Bennett, Morey Burnham, Jessica D. Ulrich-Schad, J. Gordon Arbuckle, Weston M. Eaton, Sarah P. Church, Francis R. Eanes, Jennifer Eileen Cross, and Matthew A. Williamson

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Socio-Ecological Interactions Promote Outbreaks of a Harmful Invasive Plant in an Urban Landscape, T. Trevor Caughlin, Matthew Clark, Louis W. Jochems, Nick Kolarik, Andrii Zaiats, Cody Hall, Jason M. Winiarski, Breanna F. Powers, Martha M. Brabec, and Kelly Hopping

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Effects of Changing Climate Extremes and Vegetation Phenology on Wildlife Associated with Grasslands in the Southwestern United States, Tyler G. Creech, Matthew A. Williamson, Steven E. Sesnie, Esther S. Rubin, Daniel R. Cayan, and Erica Fleishman

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Assessing High Quality Agricultural Lands Through the Ecosystem Services Lens: Insights from a Rapidly Urbanizing Agricultural Region in the Western United States, Sarah Halperin, Antonio J. Castro, Cristina Quintas-Soriano, and Jodi S. Brandt

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Understanding Arguments to Protect Farmland in Idaho: Innovative Solutions and Community Insights to Drive Policy Change, Sarah Halperin, Jen Schneider, Rebecca L. Som Castellano, and Jodi Brandt

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A Satellite-Based Monitoring System for Quantifying Surface Water and Mesic Vegetation Dynamics in a Semi-Arid Region, N. E. Kolarik, A. Roopsind, A. Pickens, and J. S. Brandt

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Social Vulnerability of the People Exposed to Wildfires in U.S. West Coast States, Arash Modaresi Rad, John T. Abatzoglou, Erica Fleishman, Miranda H. Mockrin, Volker C. Radeloff, Yavar Pourmohamad, Megan Cattau, J. Michael Johnson, Philip Higuera, Nicholas J. Nauslar, and Mojtaba Sadegh

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Social Networks Impact Flood Risk Mitigation Behavior: A Case Study of Lidar Adoption in the Pacific Northwest, US, Tara Pozzi and Vicken Hillis

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Human Population Growth and Accessibility from Cities Shape Rangeland Condition in the American West, Juan M. Requena-Mullor, Jodi Brandt, Matthew A. Williamson, and T. Trevor Caughlin

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Buffalo Reading List, Madison Stevens, Elizabeth Lunstrum, Jamie Faselt, Brent L. Brock, Kyran E. Kunkel, Jake Rayapati, Chamois Andersen, Jeff Martin, Jordan Kennedy, Forrest Hisey, Andrea Olive, and Matt Williamson

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Forecasting Natural Regeneration of Sagebrush After Wildfires Using Population Models and Spatial Matching, Andrii Zaiats, Megan E. Cattau, David S. Pilliod, Rongsong Liu, Juan Miguel Requena-Mullor, and Trevor Caughlin

Submissions from 2022

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Warming Weakens the Night-Time Barrier to Global Fire, Megan E. Cattau

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Modern Pyromes: Biogeographical Patterns of Fire Characteristics Across the Contiguous United States, Megan E. Cattau, Adam Mahood, Jennifer K. Balch, and Carol Wessman

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A Quantitative Application of Diffusion of Innovations for Modeling the Spread of Conservation Behaviors, Matt Clark, Jeffrey Andrews, and Vicken Hillis

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Social Vulnerability to Irrigation Water Loss: Assessing the Effects of Water Policy Change on Farmers in Idaho, USA, Jason K. Hawes, Morey Burnham, Margaret V. du Bray, Vicken Hillis, Zhao Ma, and Katrina Running

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Private Land Conservation Decision-Making: An Integrative Social Science Model, Vicken Hillis

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Paths of Coexistence: Spatially Predicting Acceptance of Grizzly Bears Along Key Movement Corridors, Abigail H. Sage, Vicken Hillis, Rose A. Graves, Morey Burnham, and Neil H. Carter

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Adaptive Capacity Beyond the Household: A Systematic Review of Empirical Social-Ecological Research, Matthew A. Williamson

Submissions from 2021

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Risky Development: Increasing Exposure to Natural Hazards in the United States, Megan Cattau

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Anthropogenic Resistance: Accounting for Human Behavior in Wildlife Connectivity Planning, Arash Ghoddousi, Erin K. Buchholtz, Alia M. Dietsch, Matthew A. Williamson, Sandeep Sharma, Niko Balkenhol, Tobias Kuemmerle, and Trishna Dutta

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The Role of Culture in Land System Science, Kelly Hopping

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Scenario Archetypes Reveal Risks and Opportunities for Global Mountain Futures, Kelly A. Hopping

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Science with Society: Evidence-Based Guidance for Best Practices in Environmental Transdisciplinary Work, Kelly A. Hopping

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Comparison of Different Analytical Strategies for Classifying Invasive Wetland Vegetation in Imagery from Unpiloted Aerial Systems (UAS), Louis Will Jochems, Jodi Brandt, Andrew Monks, Megan Cattau, Nicholas Kolarik, Jason Tallant, and Shane Lishawa

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An Interdisciplinary Assessment of Private Conservation Areas in the Western United States, Cristina Quintas-Soriano, Dainee M. Gibson, Jodi S. Brandt, María D. López-Rodríguez, Javier Cabello, Pedro A. Aguilera, and Antonio J. Castro

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Fire Prevention in Managed Landscapes: Recent Success and Challenges in Indonesia, Sean Sloan, Luca Tacconi, and Megan E. Cattau

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Tracking Rates of Postfire Conifer Regeneration vs. Deciduous Vegetation Recovery Across the Western United States, Melanie K. Vanderhoof, Todd J. Hawbaker, Andrea Ku, Kyle Merriam, Erin Berryman, and Megan Cattau

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Improving Inferences About Private Land Conservation by Accounting for Incomplete Reporting, Matthew A. Williamson, Brett G. Dickson, Mevin B. Hooten, Rose A. Graves, Mark N. Lubell, and Mark W. Schwartz

Submissions from 2020

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Road Development in Asia: Assessing the Range-Wide Risks to Tigers, Neil Carter, Alexander Killion, Tara Easter, Jodi Brandt, and Adam Ford

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Fire as a Fundamental Ecological Process: Research Advances and Frontiers, Megan Cattau

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Anthropogenic and Lightning‐Started Fires are Becoming Larger and More Frequent Over a Longer Season Length in the U.S.A., Megan E. Cattau, Carol Wessman, Adam Mahood, and Jennifer K. Balch

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Impacts of Climate Change on Flowering Phenology and Production in Alpine Plants: The Importance of End of Flowering, Tsechoe Dorji, Kelly A. Hopping, Fandong Meng, Shiping Wang, Lili Jiang, and Julia A. Klein

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Socio-Hydrology: An Interplay of Design and Self-Organization in a Multilevel World, Vicken Hillis

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Unlikely Alliances and Their Implications for Resource Management in the American West, Vicken Hillis, Kate A. Berry, Briana Swette, Clare Aslan, Sheila Barry, and Lauren M. Porensky

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A Systematic Review of Participatory Scenario Planning to Envision Mountain Social-Ecological Systems Futures, Kelly A. Hopping

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Plants with Lengthened Phenophases Increase Their Dominance Under Warming in an Alpine Plant Community, Kelly A. Hopping

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Identifying Emergent Agent Types and Effective Practices for Portability, Scalability, and Intercomparison in Water Resource Agent-Based Models, Kendra E. Kaiser, Alejandro N. Flores, and Vicken Hillis

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Integrating National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON) Airborne Remote Sensing and In-Situ Data for Optimal Tree Species Classification, Victoria M. Scholl, Megan E. Cattau, Maxwell B. Joseph, and Jennifer K. Balch

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Incorporating Wildlife Connectivity into Forest Plan Revision Under the United States Forest Service's 2012 Planning Rule, Matthew A. Williamson, Tyler G. Creech, Gunnar Carnwath, Beverly Dixon, and Virginia Kelly

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Fire, Livestock Grazing, Topography, and Precipitation Affect Occurrence and Prevalence of Cheatgrass (Bromus tectorum) in the Central Great Basin, USA, Matthew A. Williamson, Erica Fleishman, Ralph C. Mac Nally, Jeanne C. Chambers, Bethany A. Bradley, David S. Dobkin, David I. Board, Frank A. Fogarty, Ned Horning, Matthias Leu, and Martha Wohlfeil Zillig

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Integrated Spatial Analysis for Human-Wildlife Coexistence in the American West, Matthew A. Williamson and Abigail Sage

Submissions from 2019

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The Ethics of Eliminating Harmful Species: The Case of the Tsetse Fly, Jérémy Bouyer, Neil H. Carter, Chelsea Batavia, and Michael Paul Nelson

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Effects of Ecotourism on Forest Loss in the Himalayan Biodiversity Hotspot Based on Counterfactual Analyses, Jodi S. Brandt, Volker Radeloff, Terri Allendorf, Van Butsic, and Anand Roopsind

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The American West as a Social-Ecological Region: Drivers, Dynamics and Implications for Nested Social-Ecological Systems, Jodi Brandt and Matthew A. Williamson

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Governing Trade-Offs in Ecosystem Services and Disservices to Achieve Human–Wildlife Coexistence, Silvia Ceauşu, Rose A. Graves, Alexander K. Killion, Jens‐Christian Svenning, and Neil H. Carter

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Bringing Forecasting into the Future: Using Google to Predict Visitation in U.S. National Parks, Matt Clark, Emily J. Wilkins, Dani T. Dagan, Robert Powell, Ryan L. Sharp, and Vicken Hillis

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Designing Studies of Predation Risk for Improved Inference in Carnivore-Ungulate Systems, Mark A. Ditmer

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Opportunities for Biodiversity Conservation Outside of Gorongosa National Park, Mozambique: A Multispecies Approach, Tara Easter, Paoloa Bouley, and Neil Carter

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Effects of Bird Community Dynamics on the Seasonal Distribution of Cultural Ecosystem Services, Rose A. Graves, Scott M. Pearson, and Monica G. Turner

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Quantifying the Contribution of Conservation Easements to Large-Landscape Conservation, Rose A. Graves, Matthew A. Williamson, R. Travis Belote, and Jodi S. Brandt

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An Integrated Community and Ecosystem-Based Approach to Disaster Risk Reduction in Mountain Systems, Kelly A. Hopping

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Implications of Urban Growth and Farmland Loss for Ecosystem Services in the Western United States, Jenna Narducci, Cristina Quintas-Soriano, Antonio Castro, Rebecca Som-Castellano, and Jodi S. Brandt

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Tibetan Lake Expansion from a Pastoral Perspective: Local Observations and Coping Strategies for a Changing Environment, Yonten Nyima and Kelly A. Hopping

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Evidence That a National REDD+ Program Reduces Tree Cover Loss and Carbon Emissions in a High Forest Cover, Low Deforestation Country, Anand Roopsind, Brent Sohngen, and Jodi Brandt

Submissions from 2018

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Managing Ecological Disturbances: Learning and the Structure of Social-Ecological Networks, J. A. Baggio and V. Hillis

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Post-War Recovery of African Lion in Response to Large-Scale Ecosystem Restoration, Paola Bouley, Michael Poulos, Rui Branco, and Neil H. Carter

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Applying Place-Based Social-Ecological Research to Address Water Scarcity: Insights for Future Research, Jodi Brandt

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A Global Systematic Review of Empirical Evidence of Ecotourism Impacts on Forests in Biodiversity Hotspots, Jodi S. Brandt and Ralf C. Buckley

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Deforestation and Timber Production in Congo After Implementation of Sustainable Management Policy: A Response to Karsenty et al. (2017), Jodi S. Brandt, Christoph Nolte, and Arun Agrawal

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Achieving the Promise of Integration in Social-Ecological Research: A Review and Prospectus, Neil Carter

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Climate Change, Disease Range Shifts, and the Future of the Africa Lion, Neil H. Carter, Paola Bouley, Sean Moore, Michael Poulos, Jérémy Bouyer, and Stuart L. Pimm

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Grazing and Spring Snow Counteract the Effects of Warming on an Alpine Plant Community in Tibet Through Effects on the Dominant Species, Tsechoe Dorji, Kelly A. Hopping, Shiping Wang, Shilong Piao, Tenzin Tarchen, and Julia A. Klein

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Adaptive Groundwater Governance and the Challenges of Policy Implementation in Idaho’s Eastern Snake Plain Aquifer Region, Margaret V. du Bray, Morey Burnham, Katrina Running, and Vicken Hillis

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Climate Change, Cattle, and the Challenge of Sustainability in a Telecoupled System in Africa, Tara S. Easter, Alexander K. Killion, and Neil H. Carter

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The Influence of Human Disturbance on Wildlife Nocturnality, Kaitlyn M. Gaynor, Cheryl E. Hojnowski, Neil H. Carter, and Justin S. Brashares

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Sustainability Partnerships and Viticulture Management in California, Vicken Hillis, Mark Lubell, and Matthew Hoffman

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Conservation Professionals Agree on Challenges to Coexisting with Large Carnivores but Not on Solutions, Michelle L. Lute, Neil H. Carter, José V. López-Bao, and John D.C. Linnell

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Evaluation of Three Forest-Based Bioenergy Development Strategies in the Inland Northwest, United States, Jill Moroney

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The Contribution of Predators and Scavengers to Human Well-Being, Christopher J. O’Bryan, Alexander R. Braczkowski, Hawthorne L. Beyer, Neil H. Carter, James E.M. Watson, and Eve McDonald-Madden

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Helping Farmers and Reducing Car Crashes: The Surprising Benefits of Predators, Christopher O'Bryan, Eve McDonald-Madden, James Watson, and Neil Carter

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Social-Ecological Systems Influence Ecosystem Service Perception: A Programme on Ecosystem Change and Society (PECS) Analysis, Cristina Quintas-Soriano, Jodi S. Brandt, Katrina Running, Colden V. Baxter, Dainee M. Gibson, Jenna Narducci, and Antonio J. Castro

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Modeling How Land Use Legacy Affects the Provision of Ecosystem Services in Mediterranean Southern Spain, Juan Miguel Requena-Mullor, Cristina Quintas-Soriano, Jodi Brandt, Javier Cabello, and Antonio J. Castro

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Climate Change and Curtailment: Evaluating Water Management Practices in the Context of Changing Runoff Regimes in a Snowmelt-Dominated Basin, Amy L. Steimke, Bangshuai Han, Jodi S. Brandt, and Alejandro N. Flores

Submissions from 2017

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Effects of National Forest-Management Regimes on Unprotected Forests of the Himalaya, Jodi S. Brandt, Teri Allendorf, Volker Radeloff, and Jeremy Brooks

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A Conceptual Framework for Understanding Illegal Killing of Large Carnivores, Neil H. Carter

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Modernization, Risk, and Conservation of the World's Largest Carnivores, Neil H. Carter

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Adoption as a Social Marker: Innovation Diffusion with Outgroup Aversion, Paul E. Smaldino, Marco A. Janssen, Vicken Hillis, and Jenna Bednar

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A Looming Tragedy of the Sand Commons, Aurora Torres, Jodi Brandt, Kristen Lear, and Jianguo Liu

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The World is Facing a Global Sand Crisis, Aurora Torres, Jianguo "Jack" Liu, Jodi Brandt, and Kristen Lear

Submissions from 2016

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Success Biased Imitation Increases the Probability of Effectively Dealing with Ecological Disturbances, Jacopo A. Baggio and Vicken Hillis

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Deforestation and Timber Production in Congo After Implementation of Sustainable Forest Management Policy, Jodi S. Brandt, Christoph Nolte, and Arun Agrawal

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Gendered Perceptions of Tigers in Chitwan National Park, Nepal, Neil H. Carter and Teri D. Allendorf

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Co-Adaptation Is Key to Coexisting with Large Carnivores, Neil H. Carter and John D.C. Linnell

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Mainstreaming Coexistence with Wildlife: Reply to Gallagher, Neil H. Carter and John D.C. Linnell

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Toward Human-Carnivore Coexistence: Understanding Tolerance for Tigers in Bangladesh, Chloe Inskip, Neil Carter, Shawn Riley, Thomas Roberts, and Douglas MacMillan

Submissions from 2015

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Modeling Tiger Population and Territory Dynamics Using an Agent-Based Approach, Neil Carter, Simon Levin, Adam Barlow, and Volker Grimm