Dr. Bruce Lauber and Dr. Dan Decker are guest editors for the special edition of Human Dimensions of Wildlife: An International Journal. This special issue, Integrating Human Dimensions into Fish and Wildlife Management: An Essential Component of Adaptive Capacity, has a special introduction written by Lauber and Decker as well as an article by William Siemer, Bruce Lauber, Daniel Decker, and Shawn Riley.
This new issue contains the following articles:
Integrating Human Dimensions into Fish and Wildlife Management: An Essential Component of Adaptive Capacity
T. Bruce Lauber & Daniel J. Decker
Managing Large Ungulates in Europe: The Need to Address Institutional Challenges of Wildlife Management
Landscape Conservation Cooperatives: Bridging Entities to Facilitate Adaptive Co-Governance of Social–Ecological Systems
Cynthia Jacobson & Amanda L. Robertson
Using Adaptive Leadership Principles in Collaborative Conservation with Stakeholders to Tackle a Wicked Problem: Imperiled Species Management in Florida
Elsa M. Haubold
Contextual Awareness in Long-Term Partnerships Builds Adaptive Capacity for Conservation
Michael Painter & Heidi E. Kretser
Measuring Motivations as a Method of Mitigating Social Values Conflict
Peter J. Fix & Andrew M. Harrington
Agency Traits That Build Capacity to Manage Disease
William F. Siemer, T. Bruce Lauber, Daniel J. Decker & Shawn J. Riley
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