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Movement ecology of African wild dogs (Lycaon pictus)

Movement ecology of African wild dogs (Lycaon pictus)

Briana Abrahms, PhD Candidate, University of California-Berkeley (Supervisor: Dr. Justin Brashares) As global change leads to increasingly rapid habitat alteration, research advancing our understanding of animal movement is needed to aid conservation planning. Despite...

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iCows

Large carnivores are important animals economically and ecologically. They contribute to a lucrative tourism industry, and maintain ecosystem health by regulating prey populations. Unfortunately many predators also eat livestock, which heavily impacts the farmers...

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KAZA Khaudum-Ngamiland Landscape Connectivity

There are several components to this Connectivity Conservation initiative including addressing Human x Wildlife Conflict (HWC) with innovative interventions, landuse changes, economic diversification, range and grazing land management, traditional cattle farming and...

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