Human Dimensions of Wildlife

Papers
(The TQCC of Human Dimensions of Wildlife is 4. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-07-01 to 2024-07-01.)
ArticleCitations
Institutional trust, beliefs, and evaluation of regulations, and management of chronic wasting disease (CWD)22
Influence of the COVID-19 pandemic on public attitudes toward bats in Arkansas and implications for bat management19
Motivations to participate in hunting and angling: a comparison among preferred activities and state of residence17
Testing a continuous measure of recreation specialization among birdwatchers15
The effects of bat photographs on emotions, attitudes, intentions, and wildlife value orientations14
Assessing tolerance for wildlife: human-elephant conflict in Chimanimani, Mozambique14
Biological invasions and invasive species in freshwaters: perception of the general public13
The precarious position of wildlife conservation funding in the United States12
You poor little thing! The role of compassion for wildlife conservation12
Hunter acceptability of chronic wasting disease (CWD) management actions in Western Tennessee12
Social media as a window into human-wildlife interactions and zoonotic disease risk: an examination of wild pig hunting videos on YouTube11
Evidence or delusion: a critique of contemporary rhino horn demand reduction strategies10
Killing with kindness: when hunters want to let you know they care10
Human attitudes as threats in amphibians: the case of the Ornate Horned Frog (Ceratophrys ornata)10
Attitudes, emotions, and acceptance of wolf management in Illinois9
A replication of proximity to chronic wasting disease, perceived risk, and social trust in managing agency between hunters in Minnesota and Illinois9
Cognitive and behavioral coping in response to wildlife disease: The case of hunters and chronic wasting disease9
Does recreation specialization affect birders’ travel intention?9
The relationship of stakeholders’ social identities and wildlife value orientations with attitudes toward red deer management9
On the relationship between hunters and pro-environmental intent9
Sharks on film: an analysis of how shark-human interactions are portrayed in films8
Human-wildlife conflict in the community forestry landscape: a case study from two Middle Hill districts of Nepal8
Evaluating the effects of a conservation intervention on rural farmers’ attitudes toward lions8
Characterizing damages caused by wildlife: Learning from Bardia National Park, Nepal8
Socio-ecological assessment of squamate reptiles in a human-modified ecosystem of Darjeeling, Eastern Himalaya8
A place to hunt: some observations on access to wildlife resources in the western United States8
Motivations for birdwatching: Support for a three-dimensional model8
Human dimensions of crocodilians: a review of the drivers of coexistence7
Predictors of intentions to conserve bats among New York property owners7
Impact of wildlife on food crops and approaches to reducing human wildlife conflict in the protected landscapes of Eastern Nepal6
Reported U.S. wild game consumption and greenhouse gas emissions savings6
Why does illegal wildlife trade persist in spite of legal alternatives in transboundary regions?6
Digital modalities, nature, and quality of life: mental health and conservation benefits of watching bear cams6
How state agencies are managing chronic wasting disease6
To kill or not to kill?: factors related to people’s support of lethal and non-lethal strategies for managing monkeys in India6
Fishing preferences, angling behavior, and attitudes toward management: a comparison between White and Nonwhite anglers6
Social identity and acceptability of wild pig (Sus scrofa) control actions: A case study of Texas hunters6
Centrality to life and the theory of planned behavior: the case of musk ox safaris in Dovrefjell-Sunndalsfjella National Park, Norway6
Does having a hunter identity influence land management behaviors of family forest owners?6
Status of Illegal Bird Hunting in Bangladesh: Online news portal as the source6
Effect of human–elephant conflict on local attitudes toward the conservation of wild Asian elephants in Myanmar6
Rancher perceptions of and attitudes toward Mexican gray wolves: An exploration of community dialogue5
Understanding people who volunteer with marine turtles: motives and values for engagement in conservation5
Using community science data to investigate urban Coyotes (Canis latrans) in Atlanta, Georgia, USA5
Research note: human behavior and effective chronic wasting disease management5
Digital conservation: using social media to investigate the scope of African painted dog den disturbance by humans5
Residents’ concerns and attitudes regarding wildlife disease management: A case of chronic wasting disease in Tennessee5
Socialization and motivational pathways among different groups of non-traditional hunters in Alabama reveal unique recruitment and retention opportunities5
A travel cost analysis of elk-viewing opportunity generated from an elk reintroduction project in Tennessee5
Predation on livestock and its influence on tolerance toward pumas in agroecosystems of the Argentine Dry Chaco5
Recreation group encounters and impacts on satisfaction in Tennessee wildlife management areas5
Explaining support for mandatory versus voluntary conservation actions among waterfowlers4
Learning from hunter education volunteers’ experiences4
The social stereotypes of wolves and brown bears4
Differences in reporting human-wild boar interactions in Chinese and English news media4
Deer management cooperative members’ likelihood of engaging in conservation initiatives: an importance-likelihood analysis4
Tourist intentions to donate to non-lethal feral cat management at a potential natural World Heritage site in Japan4
Per trip changes to the economic value of Ontario, Canada anglers fishing the Laurentian Great Lakes under target species transitions4
Perceptions, concerns, and management of white-tailed deer among municipal officials4
Agency mission statements provide insight into the purpose and practice of conservation4
Evaluating alternative survey methodologies in human dimensions of wildlife research4
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