CONSERVATION BEHAVIOR: APPLYING BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY TO WILDLIFE CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT
QUARTERLY REVIEW OF BIOLOGY
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Kershenbaum, A. (2017). CONSERVATION BEHAVIOR: APPLYING BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY TO WILDLIFE CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT. QUARTERLY REVIEW OF BIOLOGY, 92 (3), 325-326. https://doi.org/10.17863/CAM.17242
Conservation Behavior takes a comprehensive and practical look at a crucial question in wildlife conservation: how can an understanding of how animals behave – and why they behave the way they do – help us to design and implement better conservation strategies? The book is a remarkably broad, yet detailed survey of different dimensions of the interaction between behavioural ecology and wildlife conservation, and weaves an example-rich story of how to turn a deeper understanding of the many aspects of animal behaviour, into practical plans for optimising conservation intervention.
This record's DOI: https://doi.org/10.17863/CAM.17242
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