Interactions Between Humans and Wildlife in Urban Areas
Wildlife Research Special Issue 42(7)Edited by:
This special issue addresses the context, impact and value of interactions between humans and wildlife in urban ecosystems.
This Special Issue of Wildlife Research addresses the context, impact and value of interactions between humans and wildlife in urban ecosystems. It reviews the range and types of human–wildlife interactions and demonstrates the complicated nature of these interactions, while highlighting areas for future research. + Full description
Human–wildlife interactions in urban areas vary on a continuum of positive to negative, frequent to infrequent and from significant to minor. They may also differ between the human and wildlife participants. Understanding and therefore managing or mitigating negative impacts and maximising positive interactions is both challenging and a priority.
The editors of this Special Issue have brought together papers from a wide range of taxa from a range of global regions that discuss a variety of interactions that impact on wildlife as well as humans.
DetailsPaperback | January 2016 | $ 75.00
ISBN: WR42/07 | 82 pages
Publisher: CSIRO Publishing