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The degree to which professionals can improve wildlife management processes and outcomes depends in part on their ability to integrate knowledge from multiple disciplines, including those that detail how people interpret and respond to wildlife-related risks. Better integration of risk...
As part of zoonotic disease management, wildlife officials strive to communicate health and safety information to promote individual behavior change and facilitate collaborative decision-making. Understanding how individuals search for and attend to information about disease risk can assist both...
When chronic wasting disease (CWD) was discovered in the Wisconsin deer herd in early 2002 few people had attitudes about the disease, although they had strong attitudes toward deer and deer hunting. Because deer are important in Wisconsin, major newspapers published CWD stories at a rate of...
Deer–vehicle collisions (DVCs) are a substantial hazard throughout much of North America. Our objective was to determine relative risk for DVCs based on road characteristics and dominant land cover types, and to illustrate the use of relative risk assessment in wildlife management. Relative risk...
This article examines (a) the effect of previous restoration success and communication vividness on support for future wolf restoration efforts, (b) differentiates between the effect of these constructs and pre-existing attitudes, and (c) provides insight into improving communications about...
To better understand media coverage and perceptions of risk associated with human–cormorant conflicts, we adapted the notions of “victim” and “perpetrator” to the context of cormorant-related risks and applied them as risk frames in a content analysis. We characterized stories about cormorants...
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