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Chloe Inskip
Chloe Inskip
Editorial Officer, IUCN SSC Human-Wildlife Conflict Task Force
Verified email at kent.ac.uk
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Human-felid conflict: a review of patterns and priorities worldwide
C Inskip, A Zimmermann
Oryx 43 (1), 18-34, 2009
10072009
Predation risk shapes social networks in fission-fusion populations
JL Kelley, LJ Morrell, C Inskip, J Krause, DP Croft
PloS one 6 (8), e24280, 2011
1242011
Toward human-carnivore coexistence: understanding tolerance for tigers in Bangladesh
C Inskip, N Carter, S Riley, T Roberts, D MacMillan
PLoS one 11 (1), e0145913, 2016
1162016
Human–tiger conflict in context: risks to lives and livelihoods in the Bangladesh Sundarbans
C Inskip, M Ridout, Z Fahad, R Tully, A Barlow, CG Barlow, MA Islam, ...
Human ecology 41, 169-186, 2013
952013
Understanding carnivore killing behaviour: Exploring the motivations for tiger killing in the Sundarbans, Bangladesh
C Inskip, Z Fahad, R Tully, T Roberts, D MacMillan
Biological Conservation 180, 42-50, 2014
712014
Contemporary views of human–carnivore conflicts on wild rangelands
A Zimmermann, N Baker, C Inskip, JDC Linnell, S Marchini, J Odden, ...
Wild rangelands: Conserving wildlife while maintaining livestock in semi …, 2010
692010
Every case is different: Cautionary insights about generalisations in human-wildlife conflict from a range-wide study of people and jaguars
A Zimmermann, P Johnson, AE de Barros, C Inskip, R Amit, EC Soto, ...
Biological Conservation 260, 109185, 2021
362021
Local usage of tiger parts and its role in tiger killing in the Bangladesh Sundarbans
S Saif, AM Russell, SI Nodie, C Inskip, P Lahann, A Barlow, CG Barlow, ...
Human Dimensions of Wildlife 21 (2), 95-110, 2016
242016
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