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Human Dimensions of Wildlife Conservation: A course for M.Sc. students in Wildlife Biology and Conservation

Conservation of endangered species such as tigers and Asian elephants demands that we balance wildlife and human needs. To achieve this balance, each generation of wildlife conservation workers must understand ecological factors as well as sociopolitical and economic ones.

Integrating Geospatial and Field-based Science to Assess Biodiversity Conservation: A Special Forum of Women Research Leaders

Flyer: Integrating Geospatial and Field-based Science to Assess Biodiversity Conservation: A Special Forum of Women Research Leaders

Agencies, Donors and NGOs Interviewed By LTC Team in Ecuador

List of Agencies, Donors and NGOs Interviewed By LTC Team in Ecuador

Collaborative Planning for Land Use: Zoning for Conservation and Development in Protected Areas - SPANISH

Collaborative Planning for Land Use: Zoning for Conservation and Development in Protected Areas

Identifying a potential lion Panthera leo stronghold in Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda, and Parc National des Virunga, Democratic Republic of Congo

Confirming if threats to lions are severe or lion populations are disappearing requires extensive surveys on the ground because aerial detection of lions is inaccurate. Abstract Conservationists are raising concerns over high lion Panthera leo mortality and prey population declines…

Applied Research Summary: The influence of land tenure on forest cover change in Ecuador and implications for REDD investments

The influence of land tenure on forest cover change in Ecuador and implications for REDD investments

Market Financing for Biodiversity Conservation and Strategic Tradeoffs for Wildlife-friendly Eco-labels

Market Financing for Biodiversity Conservation and Strategic Tradeoffs for Wildlife-friendly Eco-labels

Rewards for Ecosystem Services and Collective Land Tenure: Lessons from Ecuador and Indonesia

Attempts to conserve biodiversity and other ecosystem services have been carried out through a number of policy instruments over time

Costs of Titling and Registration Projects

Neo-liberal economic theory is based on the foundation of private property and the market. Private property is the only to make sure that property ends up in the hands of the most efficient producers. And, a property system based on…

Predicting climate change impacts on biodiversity in Tropical Andes

Presentation given at LTC spring forum entitled: "Integrating Geospatial and Field-based Science to Assess Biodiversity Conservation: a Special Forum of Women Research Leaders" April 2-3 & 15, 2009

Training graduate students to understand sustainable development and biodiversity conservation over a landscape in northwest Yunnan, China

The presentation describes the IGERT program: “Conservation and Sustainable Development in Southwest China” and presents the pros and cons of such initiatives

Land Use Transitions and Ecosystem Services in Tropical Forests

Presentation given at LTC spring forum entitled: "Integrating Geospatial and Field-based Science to Assess Biodiversity Conservation: a Special Forum of Women Research Leaders" April 2-3 & 15, 2009

The Shrinking Ark Large Mammal Extinctions in India

Presentation given at LTC spring forum entitled: "Integrating Geospatial and Field-based Science to Assess Biodiversity Conservation: a Special Forum of Women Research Leaders" April 2-3 & 15, 2009

Poverty Traps, Safety Nets or Development Magnets: Modeling the Influence of Costa Rican Parks on Human Welfare over Time

Presentation given at LTC spring forum entitled: "Integrating Geospatial and Field-based Science to Assess Biodiversity Conservation: a Special Forum of Women Research Leaders" April 2-3 & 15, 2009

Presentation of Project Results to the Colepato Community Cooperative

On May 31, 2009, we returned to the Colepato community to present the results from the 2008 Andean bear camera trap study. The goals of this meeting were to (1) share the results in a way that was meaningful to…

Seeking sustainability in the Amazon: Shifting from Brazil nut exploitation to conscious management

Presentation given at LTC spring forum entitled: "Integrating Geospatial and Field-based Science to Assess Biodiversity Conservation: a Special Forum of Women Research Leaders" April 2-3 & 15, 2009

Tropical Land-use Change Consequences for Biodiversity and Carbon

Presentation given at LTC spring forum entitled: "Integrating Geospatial and Field-based Science to Assess Biodiversity Conservation: a Special Forum of Women Research Leaders"

Report on Wildlife Friendly monitoring and verification project, Ecuador 2009

2009 Report on Wildlife Friendly monitoring and verification project, Ecuador

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