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- Grilli, Gianluca; Notaro, Sandra; Campbell, Danny
- Ecological economics 2018 v.151 pp. 70-81
- willingness to pay, etc ; animals; attitudes and opinions; case studies; decision making; human-wildlife relations; issues and policy; models; mutualism; outdoor recreation; people; utility functions; wildlife; wildlife management; Alps region; Italy; Show all 16 Subjects
- ... Value orientations towards wildlife affect the way people perceive nature and their connection with animals. In particular, the social psychological literature within the environmental field suggests that there are two main orientations of people towards wildlife: mutualism and domination. This body of literature has shown how wildlife value orientations can serve as predictors of attitudes and be ...
- Subroy, Vandana; Rogers, Abbie A.; Kragt, Marit E.
- Ecological economics 2018 v.147 pp. 114-122
- willingness to pay, etc ; baiting; biodiversity; cats; conservation areas; decision making; feral animals; foxes; people; population growth; predators; public opinion; surveys; threatened species; trapping; wildlife; Western Australia; Show all 17 Subjects
- ... Foxes and feral cats are invasive predators threating biodiversity in many places around the world. Managing these predators to protect threatened species should involve careful consideration of biological, geographic, economic, and social aspects to ensure informed and effective decision-making. This study investigates people's preferences for the ways in which foxes and feral cats are managed at ...