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- Stanford, Bronwen; Zavaleta, Erika; Millard-Ball, Adam
- Biological conservation 2018 v.221 pp. 219-227
- human communities, etc ; Whites; coasts; data collection; databases; ecological restoration; ecosystem services; ecosystems; education; human population; income; indigenous species; landscapes; monitoring; planning; population density; streams; subwatersheds; water quality; California; Show all 20 Subjects
- ... The distribution of conservation effort on the landscape is affected by both ecological and social priorities and constraints. Together these influences can result in bias towards certain types of ecological or human communities. We evaluate the distribution of restoration projects on the California Central Coast, USA, to evaluate sociopolitical and biophysical influences on the type and distribut ...
- Carter, Neil H.; Allendorf, Teri D.
- Biological conservation 2016 v.202 pp. 69-77
- human communities, etc ; Panthera tigris; attitudes and opinions; developing countries; ecosystems; forests; gender; mammals; men; national parks; natural resources conservation; regression analysis; risk; socioeconomics; surveys; wildlife; women; Nepal; Show all 18 Subjects
- ... The survival of many populations of threatened mammals depends on the willingness of human communities to coexist with them. Gender is an important factor because men and women often have different perceptions of wildlife that influence their willingness to coexist with wildlife. While previous studies have hypothesized what may drive gendered perceptions of wildlife, research investigating the un ...