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Volume 8 Supplement 1

Using animal behavior in conservation management

Research

Publication of this supplement has not been supported by sponsorship. Information about the source of funding for publication charges can be found in the individual articles. The articles have undergone the journal's standard peer review process for supplements. The Supplement Editor is the Editor-in-Chief of Environmental Evidence.

Edited by Andrew Pullin.

  1. Content type: Systematic Map Protocol

    Alien mammalian predators are a major cause of species extinction and decline globally. Baits and lures, usually human-food based (for example meat, nuts or oils), are widely deployed in trapping programs to a...

    Authors: Catherine J. Price, Peter B. Banks and Alison L. Greggor

    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2019 8(Suppl 1):12

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  2. Content type: Systematic Map Protocol

    Human–wildlife conflict (HWC), is currently one of the most pressing conservation challenges. We restrict ourselves here to wildlife behaviour that is perceived to negatively impact social, economic or cultura...

    Authors: Lysanne Snijders, Alison L. Greggor, Femke Hilderink and Carolina Doran

    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2019 8(Suppl 1):10

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  3. Content type: Systematic Map Protocol

    Artificial light at night (ALAN), has increased dramatically over the past two centuries and is linked to demonstrable shifts in a range of behaviours across diverse animal taxa. This systematic map will colla...

    Authors: Lucy Katherine McLay, Juhani Peter Hopkins, Bob Bern Ming Wong, Ulrika Candolin and Therésa Melanie Jones

    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2019 8(Suppl 1):7

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  4. Content type: Systematic Map Protocol

    Anthropogenic light is known or suspected to exert profound effects on many taxa, including birds. Documentation of bird aggregation around artificial light at night, as well as observations of bird reactions ...

    Authors: Carrie Ann Adams, Arden Blumenthal, Esteban Fernández-Juricic, Erin Bayne and Colleen Cassady St. Clair

    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2019 8(Suppl 1):13

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  5. Content type: Systematic Review Protocol

    Noise pollution is an intense, widespread anthropogenic disturbance that can have highly detrimental impacts on natural populations, communities, and ecosystems across the globe. One major way through which no...

    Authors: Oded Berger-Tal, Bob B. M. Wong, Ulrika Candolin and Jesse Barber

    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2019 8(Suppl 1):18

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  6. Content type: Systematic Review Protocol

    How animals respond to predators can have consequences when they are reintroduced into the wild or translocated to new habitats. Animals raised in captivity often lack adequate experience with predators, and w...

    Authors: Alison L. Greggor, Catherine J. Price and Debra M. Shier

    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2019 8(Suppl 1):11

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  7. Content type: Correction

    Following publication of the original article [1], it was reported that the article entitled “What is the effectiveness of using conspecific or heterospecific acoustic playbacks for the attraction of animals f...

    Authors: Breanna J. Putman and Daniel T. Blumstein

    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2019 8(Suppl 1):20

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    The original article was published in Environmental Evidence 2019 8:6

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