Adrian Treves
Adrian Treves
Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies, University of wisconsin
Verified email at wisc.edu
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Human‐carnivore conflict and perspectives on carnivore management worldwide
A Treves, KU Karanth
Conservation biology 17 (6), 1491-1499, 2003
12882003
Paying for tolerance: rural citizens' attitudes toward wolf depredation and compensation
L NAUGHTON‐TREVES, R Grossberg, A Treves
Conservation biology 17 (6), 1500-1511, 2003
490*2003
Co-managing human–wildlife conflicts: a review
A Treves, RB Wallace, L Naughton-Treves, A Morales
Human Dimensions of Wildlife 11 (6), 383-396, 2006
4242006
Theory and method in studies of vigilance and aggregation
A Treves
Animal behaviour 60 (6), 711-722, 2000
3472000
Temporal patterns of crop‐raiding by primates: linking food availability in croplands and adjacent forest
L NAUGHTON‐TREVES, A TREVES, C CHAPMAN, R WRANGHAM
Journal of Applied Ecology 35 (4), 596-606, 1998
3441998
Predicting human‐carnivore conflict: a spatial model derived from 25 years of data on wolf predation on livestock
A Treves, L NAUGHTON‐TREVES, EK Harper, DJ Mladenoff, RA Rose, ...
Conservation Biology 18 (1), 114-125, 2004
2902004
Risk and opportunity for humans coexisting with large carnivores
A Treves, L Naughton-Treves
Journal of human evolution 36 (3), 275-282, 1999
2311999
Wildlife survival beyond park boundaries: the impact of slash‐and‐burn agriculture and hunting on mammals in Tambopata, Peru
L Naughton‐Treves, JL Mena, A Treves, N Alvarez, VC Radeloff
Conservation Biology 17 (4), 1106-1117, 2003
2122003
Socio-ecological factors shaping local support for wildlife: crop-raiding by elephants and other wildlife in Africa
L Naughton-Treves, A Treves
CONSERVATION BIOLOGY SERIES-CAMBRIDGE- 9, 252, 2005
2042005
Evaluating lethal control in the management of human-wildlife conflict
A Treves, L Naughton-Treves
CONSERVATION BIOLOGY SERIES-CAMBRIDGE- 9, 86, 2005
2032005
Participatory planning of interventions to mitigate human–wildlife conflicts
A Treves, RB Wallace, S White
Conservation biology 23 (6), 1577-1587, 2009
1882009
Hunting for large carnivore conservation
A Treves
Journal of Applied Ecology 46 (6), 1350-1356, 2009
1812009
Nonlethal techniques for managing predation: primary and secondary repellents
JA Shivik, A Treves, P Callahan
Conservation Biology 17 (6), 1531-1537, 2003
1592003
Tolerance for predatory wildlife
A Treves, J Bruskotter
Science 344 (6183), 476-477, 2014
1552014
Longitudinal analysis of attitudes toward wolves
A Treves, L NAUGHTON‐TREVES, V Shelley
Conservation Biology 27 (2), 315-323, 2013
1462013
Wolf depredation on domestic animals in Wisconsin, 1976-2000
A Treves, RR Jurewicz, L Naughton-Treves, RA Rose, RC Willging, ...
Wildlife Society Bulletin, 231-241, 2002
1432002
Predator control should not be a shot in the dark
A Treves, M Krofel, J McManus
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 14 (7), 380-388, 2016
1392016
The social dimensions of human-elephant conflict in Africa: a literature review and case studies from Uganda and Cameroon
L Naughton, R Rose, A Treves
A Report to the African Elephant Specialist Group, Human-Elephant Conflict …, 1999
135*1999
Living with wildlife: the roots of conflict and the solutions
C Sillero-Zubiri, R Sukumar, A Treves
Key topics in conservation biology, 266-272, 2007
1242007
A critical evaluation of the influence of predators on primates: effects on group travel
S Boinski, A Treves, CA Chapman
On the move: How and why animals travel in groups, 43-72, 2000
1062000
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