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Title Human-wildlife conflict : complexity in the marine environment / edited by Megan M. Draheim, Francine Madden, Julie-Beth McCarthy, E.C.M. Parsons.
Imprint Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2015.
Edition First edition.

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Subject Marine resources conservation.
Wildlife management.
Wildlife conservation.
Human-animal relationships.
Alt Name Draheim, Megan M.,
Madden, Francine,
McCarthy, Julie-Beth,
Parsons, Edward C. M.,
Description 1 online resource : illustrations
Edition First edition.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Vendor-supplied metadata.
Summary Human-wildlife conflict has classically been defined as a situation where wildlife impacts humans negatively (physically, economically, or psychologically), and where humans likewise negatively impact wildlife. This book covers the theory, principles, and practical applications of human-wildlife conflict work. Through case studies exploring everything from marine mammals to marine protected areas, the book tackles a wide variety of subjects relating to conflict, from the challenges of wicked problems and common-pool resources to the roles that storytelling and religion can play in conflict.
Contents Introduction / Megan M. Draheim, Francine Madden, Julie-Beth McCarthy, E.C.M. Parsons -- Section I. Introduction to the levels of conflict. 1. Understanding social conflict and complexity in marine conservation / Francine Madden, Brian McQuinn -- Section II. Policy and human-wildlife conflict. 2. Conservation on island time: stakeholder participation and conflict in marine resource management / Catherine Booker, d'Shan Maycock -- 3. Transforming wicked environmental problems in the government arena: a case study of the effects of marine sound on marine mammals / Jill Lewandowski -- 4. Conservation in conflict: an overview of humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) management in Samana, Dominican Republic / Christine Gleason -- 5. Levels of marine human-wildlife conflict: a whaling case study / E.C.M. Parsons -- 6. Conflict and collaboration in marine conservation work: transcending boundaries and encountering flamingos / Sarah Wise -- Section III. Narratives and human-wildlife conflict. 7. Hawaiian monk seals: labels, names, and stories in conflict / Rachel S. Sprague, Megan M. Draheim -- 8. Flipper fallout: dolphins as cultural workers and the human conflicts that ensue / Carlie Wiener -- 9. Examining identity-level conflict: the role of religion / Julie Beth McCarthy -- Conclusion.
ISBN 9780191510885 (electronic bk.)
0191510882 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 913742617
Additional Format Printed edition: 9780199687152

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