Natural Resource Ecology and Management, Ecology, Evolution and Organismal Biology
Journal or Book Title
Journal of Mammalogy
The management and conservation of large carnivores is of worldwide concern and is as much about human values, interactions, and governance as carnivore biology. Susan Clark and Murray Rutherford continue their work on coexisting with large carnivores ( Clark et al. 2005 ) with a new edited volume Large Carnivore Conservation: Integrating Science and Policy in the North American West . Large Carnivore Conservation that expands on the same themes as their previous work with case studies from Arizona to the Yukon. While focusing on the North American West, Clark and Rutherford hope to provide a holistic approach to carnivore management in general.
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McCombs, A. L.; Albertsen, A. J.; Cox, M. M.; Ernst, E. E.; Haley, H. J.; Loney, D. A.; Mackert, M. M.; Piatscheck, F.; Pocius, V. M.; Stein, D. S.; Altrichter, E. A.; Almond, A. J.; Dale, J. M.; Dupuie, J. N. Jr.; McGovern, P. G.; Nixon, B. A.; Swanson, J. E.; and Klaver, R. W., "Review of Large Carnivore Conservation: Integrating Science and Policy in the North American West" (2016). Natural Resource Ecology and Management Publications. 225.