In his study, Peter A. Lindsey carries out multidisciplinary Ecology and Conservation psychology research. Peter A. Lindsey integrates many fields, such as Natural resource economics and Biodiversity, in his works. With his scientific publications, his incorporates both Biodiversity and Natural resource economics. His study connects Wildlife trade and Wildlife. Peter A. Lindsey performs multidisciplinary study in Wildlife trade and Poaching in his work. Peter A. Lindsey undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Poaching and Bushmeat in his work. His Bushmeat study frequently links to related topics such as Wildlife. His work blends Habitat and Threatened species studies together. In his work, he performs multidisciplinary research in Threatened species and Habitat.
Peter A. Lindsey merges Ecology with Environmental protection in his research. Borrowing concepts from Endangered species, he weaves in ideas under Wildlife. His multidisciplinary approach integrates Endangered species and Wildlife in his work. His Archaeology study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Trophy. Trophy is closely attributed to Archaeology in his work. He incorporates Bushmeat and Livestock in his research. Peter A. Lindsey conducted interdisciplinary study in his works that combined Livestock and Bushmeat. In his works, he undertakes multidisciplinary study on Wildlife conservation and Wildlife management. Peter A. Lindsey combines Wildlife management and Wildlife conservation in his research.
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Collapse of the world's largest herbivores.
Science Advances (2015)
Economic and conservation significance of the trophy hunting industry in sub-Saharan Africa
Biological Conservation (2007)
Bushmeat hunting and extinction risk to the world's mammals
Royal Society Open Science (2016)
Conserving large carnivores: dollars and fence
The bushmeat trade in African savannas: impacts, drivers, and possible solutions
Biological Conservation (2013)
Potential of trophy hunting to create incentives for wildlife conservation in Africa where alternative wildlife‐based land uses may not be viable
Animal Conservation (2006)
Wildlife Viewing Preferences of Visitors to Protected Areas in South Africa: Implications for the Role of Ecotourism in Conservation
Journal of Ecotourism (2007)
Livestock predation by endangered African wild dogs (Lycaon pictus) in northern Kenya
Biological Conservation (2005)
Livestock husbandry as a tool for carnivore conservation in Africa’s community rangelands: a case–control study
Rosie Woodroffe;Laurence G. Frank;Peter A. Lindsey;Symon M. K. ole Ranah.
Biodiversity and Conservation (2007)
Attitudes of ranchers towards African wild dogs Lycaon pictus: Conservation implications on private land
Biological Conservation (2005)
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