Academic Articles May 19

Source: Protecting 30% of the ocean is easier said than done


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  • Tara Oceans: towards global ocean ecosystems biology
    • Source: Nature Reviews Microbiology
    • Author(s): Shinichi Sunagawa et al.
    • Here, we review the work of Tara Oceans, an international, multidisciplinary project to assess the complexity of ocean life across comprehensive taxonomic and spatial scales.
  • Wildlife impacts and vulnerable livelihoods in a transfrontier conservation landscape
    • Source: Conservation Biology
    • Author(s): Jonathan Salerno et al.
    • Interactions between humans and wildlife resulting in negative impacts are among the most pressing conservation challenges globally. In regions of smallholder livestock and crop production, interactions with wildlife can compromise human well‐being and motivate negative sentiment and retaliation…
  • Human–wildlife coexistence in a changing world
    • Source: Conservation Biology
    • Author(s): Hannes J. König et al.
    • Human–wildlife conflict (HWC) is a key topic in conservation and agricultural research. Decision makers need evidence‐based information to design sustainable management plans and policy instruments. However, providing objective decision support can be challenging because realities and perceptions…
  • Emergent conservation outcomes of shared risk perception in human‐wildlife systems
    • Source: Conservation Biology
    • Author(s): Neil H. Carter, Andres Baeza, Nicholas R. Magliocca
    • Human perception of risks related to economic damages caused by nearby wildlife can be transmitted through social networks. Understanding how sharing risk information within a human community alters the spatial dynamics of human‐wildlife interactions has important implications for the design…
  • The place of nature in conservation conflicts
    • Source: Conservation Biology
    • Author(s): Guillaume Chapron , José Vicente López‐Bao
    • Conservation conflicts are gaining importance in contemporary conservation scholarship such that conservation may have entered a conflict hype. We attempted to uncover and deconstruct the normative assumptions behind such studies…
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