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Incorporating human values and behavior into natural resource management has been linked to more sustainable and efficient outcomes. Estimating these values often requires survey-based data collection. Declining response rates have amplified the need to more fully understand the influence of...
Preventing human-wildlife conflict (HWC) constitutes a substantial challenge for wildlife agencies. The literature on HWC is primarily focused on public understanding of and perceptions toward HWC issues and on mitigation interventions, which often involve public education and outreach. Yet, the...
Dog walking can disturb shorebirds. To inform disturbance reduction campaigns, we conducted a survey of dog walkers in Maine, New York, and South Carolina to understand beach recreationists’ attitudes about the benefits and constraints of voluntarily leashing dogs on beaches and their social and...
The transactional model of stress and coping (TMSC) provides a conceptual framework for understanding adaptations to stressors like chronic wasting disease (CWD). Understanding hunter response to stressors is important because decreased participation and satisfaction can affect individual...
Human wildlife conflict (HWC) represents a growing concern for the agro-pastoral community living near protected areas. We investigated the effects of crop damage by wild animals on the food security of local households and explored potential solutions. Data were collected through...
Social influence impacts individuals’ behavior through norms – the perceived appropriateness of behaviors – and social referents, whose behavior is copied by others. Interventions using social influence may help promote conservation-friendly behaviors. We explored how perceptions are influenced...
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