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Letteratura Internazionale

  1. PDF Resolving Human-Bear Conflict: A Global Survey of Countries,Experts, and Key Factors
    O¨ zgu¨ n Emre Can, Neil D'Cruze, David L. Garshelis, John Beecham, & David W. Macdonald

  2. PDF From the Field: Brown bear habituation to people-safety, risks, and benefits
    Stephen Herrero, Tom Smith, Terry D. DeBruyn, Kerry Gunther, and Colleen A. Matt

  3. PDF A proposed lexicon of terms and concepts for human–bear management in North America
    John B. Hopkins III, Stephen Herrero, Richard T. Shideler, Kerry A. Gunther,Charles C. Schwartz, and Steven T. Kalinowski

  4. PDF Human behaviour can trigger large carnivore attacks in developed countries
    Vincenzo Penteriani, María del Mar Delgado, Francesco Pinchera, Javier Naves, Alberto Fernández-Gil, Ilpo Kojola, Sauli Härkönen, Harri Norberg, Jens Frank, José María Fedriani, Veronica Sahlén, Ole-Gunnar Støen, Jon E. Swenson, Petter Wabakken, Mario Pellegrini, Stephen Herrero & José Vicente López-Bao

  5. Is diversionary feeding an effective tool for reducing human-bear conflicts? Case studies from North America and Europe
    David L. Garshelis, Sharon Baruch-Mordo, Ann Bryant, Kerry A. Gunther, and Klemen Jerina

  6. Winter sleep with room service: denning behaviour of brown bears with access to anthropogenic food
    M. Krofel, M. Spacapan & K. Jerina

  7. PDF Diversionary feeding: an effective management strategy for conservation conflict?
    L. M. Kubasiewicz, N. Bunnefeld, A. I. T. Tulloch, C. P. Quine, K. J. Park

  8. Evaluation of intercept feeding to reduce livestock depredation by grizzly bears
    Andrea T. Morehouse and Mark S. Boyce

  9. PDF Impacts of wildlife baiting and supplemental feedingon infectious disease transmission risk: A synthesisof knowledge
    Anja Sorensen, Floris M. van Beest, Ryan K. Brook

  10. PDF Behavioral correlates of supplementary feeding of wildlife: Can general conclusions be drawn?
    Sam M.J.G. Steyaert, Jonas Kindberg, Klemen Jerina, Miha Krofel, Matija Stergar, Jon E. Swenson, Andreas Zedrosser

  11. PDF Elfström, M., Zedrosser, A., Støen, O. G., & Swenson, J. E. (2015). Ultimate and proximate mechanisms underlying the occurrence of bears close to human settlements: review and management implications. Mammal Review, 44(1), 5-18.

  12. PDF Mazur, R. L. (2010). Does aversive conditioning reduce human-black bear conflict?. Journal of Wildlife Management, 74(1), 48-54. (McCullogh 1982, Shivk et al 2003; Hunt 2003)

  13. PDF Leigh, J, & Chamberlain, M.J.(2008) Effects of aversive conditioning on behavior of nuisance Louisiana black bears.Human-Wildlife Conflicts 2(2):175-182

  14. PDF Beckmann, J. P., and C. W. Lacky. 2008. Carnivores,urban landscapes, and longitudinal studies: a case history of black bears. Human-Wildlife Conflicts 2:168-174.

  15. PDF Rauer, G., Kaczensky, P., & Knauer, F. (2003). Experiences with aversive conditioning of habituated brown bears in Austria and other European countries. Ursus, 215-224.

  16. PDF AA.VV. (2015). Defining, preventing, and reacting to problem bear behavior in Europe. LCIE; European Commission
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