Pathways Namibia 2018

Pathways Namibia 2018 Presentation Library

Jones Brian A Community-Based Approach to Maintaining Wildlife Corridors in Zambezi Region
Pienaar Elizabeth Private Landowners’ Willingness to Engage in Legal Trade in Rhino Horn in South Africa
Saayman Melville Challenges and Opportunities in Sustainable Wildlife Management
Watcher Bettina Human-Carnivore Conflicts in Africa and Europe: Similarities and Differences
Hofer Heribert Human-Carnivore Relationships: Current Status and the Future
Melzheimer Jorg Citizen Science and Stakeholder Dialogue as Important Components for Conservation
Nyahongo J.W. Socio-Ecological Predictors of Attacks on Livestock by Spotted Hyaenas in Rorya District, Tanzania
Krofel Miha Preventing Conflicts with Bears and Wolves in Slovenia
Hill Catherine Conflict Narratives as ‘Weapons of the Weak’
Hanley Zoe Preventative Methods to Reduce Human-Carnivore Conflict: Driven by Progress or Politics? 
Songhurst Anna Finding Pathways to Human-Elephant Coexistence: A Risky Business
Marker Laurie Human-Carnivore Conflict Across Namibian Conservancies
Sas-Rolfes Michael African Conservation and the Evolution of Hunting Institutions
Van Der Merwe Peet The Economic Impact of Trophy Hunting Operations in the South African Wildlife Industry
Diggle Richard Local Perceptions of Trophy Hunting on Communal Lands in Namibia
Luyt Chavoux Human-Predator Conflict in Namibia: An Agricultural Perspetive
Malone Cynthia A Socio-Ecological Explanation of Human-Wildlife Conflict in the Context of Oil Palm Plantation Dvelopment in Cameroon
Gross Eva Cultivation of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants has Potential to Decrease Human-Elephant Conflict
Theart Francois Snake Removal Statistics from Windhoek, Namibia: What Can We Learn From Them? 
Kitegile A. Tanzam Highway: Does it Influence Baboons’ Dietary Breadth? 
Redmore L. Sharing the Savanna
Naro Elizabeth The Rise of Commercial Poaching in Namibia
Needham Mark Stakeholder Perceptions of Rhinoceros Poaching in South Africa
Bath Alistair Emotions and Lethal Management
Eshete Girma Coexistence between Ethiopian Wolves and People
Kansky Ruth A Review and Synthesis of Factors Driving Tolerance of People towards Damage-Causing Mammalian Wildlife
McNeil Kaleb Human Diensions of All-Terrain Vehicle User Specialization
Shirley Ethan Effects of Trust on IUU Fishings: Management and Implications
Lyons Krista Successful Listing of Domestic and Foreign Species under the U.S. Endangered Species Act
Larsson Simon Seascapes in Transition: Swedish Perspectives on Maritime Management
Horgan Jane Dogs Saving Cats from Conflict
Lentaam Chris Predator Deterrent Systems: Preventing Livestock Depredation
O’Flaherty Calum Measuring Livestock Guarding Dog Proximity to Assess Effectiveness
Hogan Jessica Understanding ATV Use: Perceptions of Impacts on Coastal Sand Dunes, New Brunswick, Canada
Grodzinska-Jurczak Malgorzata Environmental Education, Communicaton and Awareness Raising: Nature Conservation in Practice
Terblanche Renelle Ongediertes around the Square Kilometre Array Core Site: The Role of Social Capital and Collective Action in Black-Backed Jackal Management
Eklund Ann Stakeholder Views on Large Carnivore Management Interventions
Sponarski Carly Can Experimental Education Change Attitudes and Emotions Towards Coyotes Over the Long Term? 
van Eeden Lily The Best Available Evidence for Preventing Carnivore Predation on Livestock
Thondhlana Gladman Not Just Numbers: The Qualitative Core of Human-Wildlife Conflicts
Van Der Weyde Lily Factors Influencing Carnivore Distribution in Wildlife Management Areas
Mutoro Noreen Combining Social and Biological Surveys for National Cheetah Distribution Analysis
Ndjiharine Silba Conservation, Heritage, Tourism and Livelihoods: A Case of Uibasen Twyfelfontein Conservancy, Namibia
Fleury Gabriela The Assessment of Environmental Change in Riemvasmaak, Northern Cape, South Africa, Twenty Years after Resettlment
Delie Jackie Spatial Analysis of Human-Black Bear Tolerance in Oregon
Hauptfleish Morgan Aerial Photogrammetry and Machine Learning Techniques to Enable Improved Monitoring to Human-Wildlife Interaction
Odudno Evans Going Digital – Challenges of Paperless Data Collection