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Coexisting with Large Carnivores

Lessons From Greater Yellowstone

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Published by Island Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Conservation of wildlife & habitats,
  • Wildlife,
  • Environmental Science,
  • Carnivora,
  • Yellowstone National Park Regi,
  • Nature,
  • Nature/Ecology,
  • Wyoming,
  • Environmental Studies,
  • Environmental Conservation & Protection - General,
  • Science / Environmental Science,
  • Science / Life Sciences / Biological Diversity,
  • Behavior,
  • Wildlife management,
  • Yellowstone National Park Region,
  • Ecology,
  • Human-animal relationships

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsTim Clark (Editor), Murray Rutherford (Editor), Denise Casey (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages290
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8893119M
    ISBN 101597260045
    ISBN 109781597260046

      The large carnivores are part of what makes this place so ecologically remarkable. One of the two ecosystems in the 48 contiguous United States that contain all the wildlife species present at the time of the Lewis and Clark Expedition (–6), the Crown of the Continent provides critical habitat for animals that need room to : Island Press. --Bart Robinson, "Coexisting with Large Carnivores provides valuable insights and ideas for reaching common-interest solutions to the highly emotional debate over management of large carnivores. This book is required reading for anyone who has a stake in the management of .

    The Carnivore Way Coexisting with and Conserving America’s Predators. In The Carnivore Way, Cristina Eisenberg argues compellingly for the necessity of top predators in large, undisturbed landscapes, and how a continental-long corridor—a “carnivore way”—provides the room they need to roam and connected landscapes that allow them to disperse. Pris: kr. Häftad, Skickas inom vardagar. Köp Coexisting with Large Carnivores av Tim W Clark, Murray B Rutherford, Denise Casey på

    The Carnivore Way: Coexisting with and Conserving North America's Predators - Ebook written by Cristina Eisenberg. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read The Carnivore Way: Coexisting with and Conserving North America's Predators.5/5(1). Lisa Upson, Executive Director of People and Carnivores, brings a background in law, organizational development, and wildlife conservation. Prior to joining P&C, Lisa was a wildlife advocate with a national group working on grizzly bear and wolf coexistence and conservation. Lisa is also adjunct faculty in the University of Montana’s Master of Public Administration program.


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Coexisting with Large Carnivores presents a close-up look at the socio-political context of large carnivores and their management in western Wyoming south of Yellowstone National Park, including the southern part of what is commonly recognized as the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.

The book brings together researchers and others who have studied. Coexisting with Large Carnivores presents a close-up look at the socio-political context of large carnivores and their management in western Wyoming south of Yellowstone National Park, including the southern part of what is commonly recognized as the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.

The book brings together researchers and others who have studied 4/5(1). Students Studying Carnivores in Their Communities. Wild Wise: Coexisting with Carnivores offers middle school students a chance to develop science inquiry, civic literacy and leadership skills as they investigate and share solutions for living with the carnivores in their communities.

Students engage in the scientific practices of developing investigative research questions, planning and. Coexisting with Large Carnivores by Tim W. Clark,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.5/5(1).

As in the rest of the United States, grizzly bears, wolves, and mountain lions in and around Yellowstone National Park were eliminated or reduced decades ago to very low numbers. In recent years, however, populations have begun to recover, leading to encounters between animals and people and, Price: $   Coexisting with Large Carnivores presents a close-up look at the socio-political context of large carnivores and their managemin western Wyoming south of Yellowstone National Park, including the southern part of what is commonly recognized as the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.

The book brings together researchers and others who have studied and Brand: Island Press. Coexisting with Carnivores Alliance.

We promote coexistence between people, bears, cougars and wolves by providing strategic leadership, support, education and innovative tools to communities sharing the landscape with carnivores in southern Vancouver Island.

A Comprehensive Concept of Coexistence. Based on our combined experience of working on large carnivore conservation issues, we conceptualize coexistence as a ‘dynamic but sustainable state in which humans and large carnivores co-adapt to living in shared landscapes where human interactions with carnivores are governed by effective institutions that ensure long-term carnivore population Cited by: Coexisting with Large Carnivores presents a close-up look at the socio-political context of large carnivores and their managemin western Wyoming south of Yellowstone National Park, including the southern part of what is commonly recognized as the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.

The book brings together researchers and others who have studied and. Coexisting with Large Carnivores. Wolves are a greatly misunderstood species. One of the main threats to wolves in the wild is conflicts with humans.

Most of the areas where wolves roam are outside of national parks, which often puts them in the path of humans. Many of these areas are farming communities that raise livestock such as cows, sheep. WILD WISE: COEXISTING WITH CARNIVORES Teacher Guide COEXISTING WITH CARNIVORES ACTIVITY CHECKLIST E= Element, SW= Student Worksheet Date Activities to Complete Jan Review updated Teacher Guide, Student Packet, and Supplemental Materials Teacher Refresher Webinar Monday, 2/5/ at p.m.

Unlike a large number of recent books on large carnivore biology, Coexisting with Large Carnivores is about carnivore management—or, more accurately, management of people who interact with carnivores. Although the book covers some biology, its main focus is on longstanding problems in conserving wolves, cougars, and grizzly bears south of Cited by: 2.

Contents may have variations from the printed book or be incomplete or contain other coding. @toc:Contents @tocfmh:Preface @tocpt:Part One: Context @tocct Coexisting with Large Carnivores: Orienting to the Problems @tocau:Tim W.

Clark and Murray B. Rutherford @tocct Management Context: People, Animals, and Institutions @tocau:Dylan Taylor. In this installment of the occasional series, we hear from Cristina Eisenberg, author of The Carnivore Way.

What drew you to decide to study large carnivores. n the mids, our family moved to a part of northwest Montana where there were more large carnivores (grizzly bears, black bears, and cougars) than there were people.

By the late s wolves had begun to naturally recolonize. Buy Coexisting with Large Carnivores: Lessons from Greater Yellowstone by Clark, Tim W., Rutherford, Murray B., Casey, Denise (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Hardcover. Coexisting with large carnivores – the challenge and the opportunity Challenge 4 – Infrastructure Europe is a crowded continent.

Remaining natural habitats are still being fragmented through the construction of roads and houses. Large carnivores are moderately tolerant of many developments, butFile Size: 7MB.

Large carnivores like lions require expansive ranges to meet their daily needs. But protected areas haven’t been a panacea for large carnivores. As. Coexisting with Large Carnivores: Lessons From Greater Yellowstone [Tim Clark, Murray Rutherford and Denise Casey].

As in the rest of the United States, grizzly bears, wolves, and mountain lions in and around Yellowstone National Park were eliminated. Coexisting With Carnivores. Home About. Who We Are What We Do Managing conflict between large carnivores and livestock.

Conservation professionals agree on challenges to coexisting with large carnivores but not on solutions. Lute et al. Biol Conserv. Get this from a library. Coexisting with large carnivores: lessons from Greater Yellowstone. [Susan G Clark; Murray B Rutherford; Denise Casey;] -- This is a close-up look at the socio-political context of large carnivores and their management in western Wyoming south of Yellowstone National Park, including the southern part of what is commonly.

Last month, the Federation of Associations for Hunting and Conservation (FACE) organised the event “Coexisting with Large Carnivores – Challenges and Solutions” in the European Parliament in Brussels.

The President of the Parliament’s Intergroup on ‘Biodiversity, Hunting and Rural Areas’, Mr. Karl-Heinz Florenz, hosted the event.1.

Introduction. Large carnivores (hereafter carnivores) are among the most controversial species in conservation. Their predatory behavior, including killing domestic animals or game species, comes into conflict with human interests (Quigley and Herrero, ) and may represent the main factor hindering human-carnivore conflicts between human stakeholder groups with Cited by: Drawing on six case studies of wolf, grizzly bear, and mountain lion conservation in habitats stretching from the Yukon to Arizona, Large Carnivore Conservation argues that conserving and coexisting with large carnivores is as much a problem of people and governance—of reconciling diverse and sometimes conflicting values, perspectives, and organizations, and of effective decision making in.