The various books, articles, and web sites I have used to write this blog. If any of these sources appeal to you, please look them up. You can learn a great deal from them.

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Barlow, A. C. D., Greenwood, C. J., Ahmad, I. U., & Smith, J. L. D. (2010). Use of an action-selection framework for human-carnivore conflict in the Bangladesh Sundarbans. Conservation Biology, 24(5), 1338-1347.

Barlow, A. C. D., Ahmad, I., & Smith, J. L. D. (2013). Profiling tigers (Panthera tigris) to formulate management responses to human-killing in the Bangladesh Sundarbans. Wildlife Biology in Practice, 9(2), 30-39.

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Blackmore, E., Underhill, R., McQuilkin, J., Leach, R., & Holmes, T. (2013). Common cause for nature: A practical guide to values and frames in conservation. Machynlleth, Wales: Public Interest Research Centre.

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Cavalcanti, S. M. C., Marchini, S., Zimmermann, A., Gese, E. M., & Macdonald, D. W. (2010). Jaguars, livestock, and people in Brazil: Realities and perceptions behind the conflict. In D.W. Macdonald & A. J. Loveridge (Eds.), Biology and conservation of wild felids (pp. 3-58). New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

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de la Torre, J. A., González-Maya, J. F., Zarza, H., Ceballos, G., & Medellín, R. A. (2017). The jaguar’s spots are darker than they appear: Assessing the global conservation status of the jaguar Panthera oncaOryx, 1-16.

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Elbroch, L. M., Feltner, J., & Quigley, H. (2017). Human-carnivore competition for antlered ungulates: Do pumas select for bulls and bucks? Wildlife Research, 44, 523-433.

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Elbroch, L. & Quigley, H. (2019). Age-specific foraging strategies among pumas, and its implications for aiding ungulate populations through carnivore control. Conservation Science and Practice, 1(4).

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