Pathways Europe Presentation Library

Presentations Europe 2018  
AasØysteinSeabirds and Humans in Close Encounter: Do Social Norms Regulate Birder Behaviour
AhlersAdam Waterfowl Hunters Have Imperfect Waterfowl Identification Skills
ArlinghausRobertAccounting for Heterogeneous Angler Behaviours in Integrated Fish-Angler Simulation Models Designed to Analyze the Social-Ecological Outcomes of Management Interventions
ArlinghausRobertThree Statements About HD of Fish and Wildlife and its Relation to Applied Ecological Sciences in Germany
ArnbergerArneVisual Impacts of Bark-Beetle Infested Forests on Recreation
ArnoldJanoschWildlife Management Based on Science, Monitoring and Participation
ArtsIrmaMediating Nature: Technology and (Dis)Connecting to the Outdoors
BalčiauskasLinasClines in Brown Bear Acceptance by Teenagers
BathAlistairDo We Wish to Continue to Just Study People? Or are We Willing to Work with People to Achieve Conservation?
BhardwajAditiLandscape Conservation Initiatives in India: Challenges and Opportunities
BhardwajAnil KumarIntegrating Conservation and Development in Western Ghats, India
BiehlJulianeSeeking Collaboration in Wind Energy and Wildlife Conservation
Boyles GriffinStephaniePromoting Fertility Control to Mitigate Human-Wildlife Conflicts
BruskotterJeremyConserving Large Carnivores in a Modern World
BruskotterJeremyA Psychological Model of Tolerance
BurtzRandyWater Allocation: Segmenting Public Beliefs toward Water Conservation
BüscherBramThe Conservation Revolution: Radical Ideas for Saving Nature beyond the Anthropocene
ButlerJacquelineAre Carnivores Considered Equal by Romanian Hunters?
CecchiniFriederikeHunter-Perceived Wolf-Lynx-Deer Interactions in Lower Saxony
CornicelliLouApplying the North American Model of Wildlife Conservation to Hunting Behavior – it's not as Simple as it Sounds
DoneGundegaInteraction Between Forest Management and Wolf Conservation
DorresteijnIneHuman-Carnivore Coexistence in Cultural Landscapes
DunnMikeStakeholder Reaction to a Proposed Pine Marten Reintroduction
DybsandHilde Nikoline HambroWildlife Tourists' Reactions to not Seeing the Animal they Would Like to See – Polar Bear Tourism as a Case Study
EastMarionSocio-Ecological Predictors of Human-Carnivore Conflict in Tanzania
EhrhartStefan Linking Value Orientations, Acceptance Capacity and Management
EklundAnnPotential for Conflict in Carnivore Management and Conservation
EllisMattBuilding a Citizen Science Network Among UK Waterfowl Hunters
FischerAnkeChanging Land Governance in Scotland - Game Management Between Adaptation and Resistance
GamborgChristianManaging Human-Deer Conflicts: Ethical Dilemmas of Non-Lethal Control
GamborgChristianHunting for the “Good” Hunt – Alignment of Recreational Hunting with Ethics
GlikmanJenny AnneHuman Wildlife Interactions: Turning Conflict into Coexistence
GrossEva M.Changing Perspectives: Using Local Knowledge for Finding Solutions to Human-Elephant Conflicts in Zambia
GruenewaldClaudiaMeeting Your New Neighbors: Challenges in Carnivore Conservation
HabbeBrittaThe Otter Way of Wildlife Management - Fish-eating Predators and Fisheries
HallgrenLarsDialogue and Conflict in Predators-Reindeer Management
HansenIngerImpact of Large Carnivores on Norwegian Grazing Industry
HanssonKatarinaSocial Contracts in Hunting: Path Dependency in a Swedish Context
HarrisonHannahA Benefits Approach to Voluntary Salmon Hatcheries
HarrisonHannah“God’s Nature’s Little Helpers”: Identifying the Non-Fish Benefits of Voluntary Hatcheries
HermannNadinEDU-Wildlife – Large Carnivores in Focus of Education
HodgsonIslaIt's a Class-War, Nothing Else" – The Gamekeepers' Response to the Changing Perception of the Driven Grouse Shooting Industry in Scottish Modern Society
HoferHeribertStakeholder Participation and Evidence-Based Conservation: What Are Conservation Scientists or Practitioners Afraid Of?
JacobsMaartenA Cross-Cultural Comparison of Wildlife Value Orientations
JaybhayeRavindraSpatio –Temporal Assessment and Management of Human- Wildlife Conflicts in the part of Northern Western Ghats
JensenFrank S.View of Wildlife Influences Landscape Conservation Actions
JohanssonMariaThe Emotional Appraisal of Wildlife Populations: Fear, Interventions to Reduce Fear, and Their Management Implications
KatoEriThe Condition of a Community and Effective Crop Damage Management: A Mail survey of Farmers in Chiba Prefecture, Japan
KemerNedimSocial Barriers to a Fish Habitat Conservation Project in Turkey
KhorozyanIgorCattle Selectivity and Mitigation of Human Leopard (Panthera Pardus) Conflicts Over Depredation
KlefothThomasA Practitioner`s View on Recreational Angling and Natura 2000
KlinkenbergBenConflicts in Wild Boar Management in the UK
KojolaIlpo Where Wolves are Few and Human Densities How: Challenges in Conservation of Wolf Populations in Northern Europe
KönigAndreasPathway to Success: The Oberallgäu Way
KrohFranziskaValuing Nature Conservation: Approaches and Theories from the Social Sciences
KroneOliverSuccess Through Integration: Solving the Problem of Lead Intoxication by Integrating Stakeholders in the Research Process
LackovaPetraKnowledge in Adaptive Co-Management of White-Tailed Eagle Conflict
LahkarBibhutiIntegrating Traditional Knowledge in Conservation of Manas Landscape, India
LandonAdamCognitive and Affective Predictors of Risks from Wolves
LandonAdamSpecialization, Constraints, Participation and Harvest in the IL Spring Snow Goose Hunt
LecuyerMarie-LouMapping Tolerance and Risk to Manage Conflict Hotspots
LeschinskiLisaInvolving Affected Interest Groups in Wolf Monitoring
MeineckeLauraDrivers of Human-Wildlife Conflicts in Iran's Hyrcanian Forests
MillerCraigHunters as Citizen-Scientists: The Case of Archery Deer Hunters in Illinois, U.S.A.
MillerCraigHunters, Hunting and Wildlife Conservation
MontesNancyTo Comply or Not to Comply? Recreational Boaters' Compliance With Right Whales' Regulations in the Southeastern US
MorseWaydeHow Far are You Willing to Go?
MykräSakariWhen Conservation Interests of Carnivore and Prey Collide
NakamuraDaisukeEvaluation of Macaque Management Policy in Japan
NegroesNunoPeople and Jaguars (Panthera Onca) in the Bolivian Amazon: Diagnosing the Conflict to Develop Effective Outreach Strategies
NiedzialkowskiKrzysztofWhy Have the Wolves Migrated to Germany? Socio-Political Transformations and Wolf Politics in Poland
NorenKarlStakeholder Attitudes Towards and Wildlife Acceptance Capacity for Elk (Cervus Elaphus) in Kansas, U.S.A.
OlszanskaAgnieszkaProtected Areas For Local Societies Well-Being
PearceKellyIncorporating Social-Ecological Concepts into Flagship Species Selection: A Case Study Using the North American River Otter
PellikkaJaniTypology of Activities Among Finnish Grouse Hunting Tourists
PervushinaNataliaAmur Tiger Conservation Practices on the Russian Far East: Cooperation of Government Agencies and Civil Society Organizations
Pohja-MykräMariCollective Psychological Ownership in Large Carnivore Conflicts
Pröbstl-HaiderUlrikeReturning Wolves in the European Alps. A Threat for Outdoor Recreation and Tourism?
RiepeCarstenEconomic Value of River Conservation in Four Countries
RichterTorstenConflicts Between Horse Owners and Wolves in Lower Saxony, Germany
RønningenKatrinaLarge Carnivores: Local Dimensions, Management Solutions and Dilemmas
SandorAnnaMapping the Conflict of Raptor Conservation and Recreational Shooting in the Batumi Bottleneck, Republic of Georgia
SbragagliaValerioClimate Change Responses of Mediterranean Fishes: Fishers' Knowledge
ScallanDavidHunting's Contribution to Biodiversity Conservation in Europe
ScheiffarthGregorLong-Term Engagement for Citizen Science and Conservation: Bird Counters in the Wadden Sea
ScholzFriederikeEuropean Wildcat Protection - Connecting Habitats and People
SchramlUlrichRise and Fall: 12 Years Experiences from Co-Management of Large Carnivores in Germany
SchroetterSilviaEvidence for Participatory Community Conservation Approaches in Nepal
SchulzBjörnHow to Resurrect Big Wildlife in Northern Germany!?
SeveckeKatharina JanjaStakeholder Characterization in a Human-Carnivore Context
Sjölander LindqvistAnnelieWhy Participate? Stakeholder Perspectives and Interpretations
SkogenKetilPredators in Human Landscapes
SteinbergCharlotteFeeding Ecology of Wolves (Canis Lupus) in Lower Saxony, Germany
StrakaTanjaManaging European Wolves – Views of Future Decision Makers
TusznioJoannaSocial Aspects of Managing Free-Ranging Bison in Poland
Uhl-HädickeIsabellaUndesirable Effects of Threatening Climate Change Information: a Psychological Perspective
VargasSolangeFarmers' Beliefs, Understanding Livestock-Wildlife Conflict in the Andes Mountain
VargasSolangeRewilding and Socio-Ecology of Guanaco Repopulation in Chile
von EssenEricaHunting Communities of Practice: What Do Hunter Types Mean?
VucetichJohnThe Role of Democracy, Technocracy and Politics in Wildlife Management: A Case Study of Wolf (Canis Lupus) Hunting in Michigan, United States
WaldoÅsaFishing Villages Fearing Seals
WhiteRehemaPrioritizing Stakeholder Engagement for Forest Conservation During Austerity
Zainal AbidinZulkhairi AziziPublic Acceptance of Wildlife Management Interventions in Malaysia
SkogenKetilHunting as Defiant Subculture
JacobsMaartenUnderstanding Emotions as Opportunities for and Barriers to Co-Existence with Wildlife
SchiessAndreas Civilian Service as Support in Livestock Damage Prevention
HilfikerDanielaSwiss Livestock Guardian Dogs
SchiessAndreas Civilian Service as Support in Livestock Damage Prevention
AustmoLars Bendik Lessons from Stakeholder Involvement in Large Carnivore Population Monitoring in Norway
Cinque Serena The Complex Relationship Between Levels of Management in Swedish Large Carnivore Management
HillCatherineAn Anthropological Perspective: Understanding and Addressing Conflicts About Wildlife
RocheLindsey Ecosystem Services in the Greater Houston Region
JesselBeateHuman Dimensions of Large Carnivore Management and their Consequences for Conservation Management – Illustrated by the Return of the Wolf in Germany
HuntLenForeseeing the Potential for Conflict by Understanding the Rewards Sought by Anglers – a Focus on Utility and Satisfaction
CroesJennifer Conservation Outreach through Storytelling
Krebuhl Jochen Reintroduction of Lynx
KinnairdMargaret Human Carnivore Conflict: Using Tradition to Innovation to Co-exist
NakamuraDaisuke Evaluation Macaque Management Policy in Japan
Föhr Robbenzentrum Mother Pub bound of Harbour and Grey Seals and the Difference of European Seal Rehabilitation
RisvollCamilla Flexibility in Reindeer Husbandry to Carnivore Governance in Nordland, Northern Norway
BurtzRandall T. Segmenting Public Beliefs Toward Water Conservation
SerfassTom The Virtues and Liabilities of Using Otters as Ambassadors for Aquatic Conservation
PeerenboomGeva Developing Wildlife Management Strategies for Urban Areas
GrimmMarie First Things First – Empiricism, Ethics, and Conservation Banking
Richter Torsten Conflicts Between Horse Owners and Wolves in Lower Saxony, Germany
SinghVirat A Media’s soft SPOT for Leopards of Mumbai
von RuschkowskiEick Lynx, Bark Beetle and Forest Dynamics: Five Years of Visitor Perceptions on Harz NP Conservation Objectives
Sjölander LindqvistAnnelieWhy participate? Stakeholder Perspectives and Interpretations
EU Large Carnivore Platform workshopEU Large Carnivore Platform workshop