revue de presse

Le journal Animal Behaviour vient de publier un special issue avec plusieurs articles portant spécifiquement sur les les liens entre comportement et conservation.

 

 

 

 

 

 Animal Behaviour (vol. 120, octobre 2016), Special Issue: Conservation Behaviour

Conservation behaviour: continued application, development and expansion   
Pages 195-196
Esteban Fernández-Juricic, Bruce A. Schulte
Animal behaviour and its role in carnivore conservation: examples of seven deadly threats   
David W. Macdonald
Using insights from animal behaviour and behavioural ecology to inform marine conservation initiatives    
Pages 211-221
Rohan M. Brooker, William E. Feeney, James R. White, Rachel P. Manassa, Jacob L. Johansen, Danielle L. Dixson
A simple statistical guide for the analysis of behaviour when data are constrained due to practical or ethical reasons  
Pages 223-234
László Zsolt Garamszegi
Studying cetacean behaviour: new technological approaches and conservation applications  
Pages 235-244
Douglas P. Nowacek, Fredrik Christiansen, Lars Bejder, Jeremy A. Goldbogen, Ari S. Friedlaender
No single solution: application of behavioural principles in mitigating human–wildlife conflict    
Pages 245-254
Bradley F. Blackwell, Travis L. DeVault, Esteban Fernández-Juricic, Eric M. Gese, Lynne Gilbert-Norton, Stewart W. Breck
Habituation and sensitization: new thoughts about old ideas    
Pages 255-262
Daniel T. Blumstein
Behavioural influences on disease risk: implications for conservation and management    
Pages 263-271
Jason T. Hoverman, Catherine L. Searle