WFM Vol. 11, Issue 2

 

Volume 11 Issue 2

Summer 2018

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Contents

30
COUNCIL NEWS
3 From the President
5 WFA Council & WFA Committees - 2018
6 Candidates for 2018 Council
9 2018 Scholarship Recipients
14 Regional News
26 Literature Cited in this Issue
27 Recent Publications
29 Research Highlights
30 Special Reports
Perspectives
10

The Furman Cougar Project: looking back and branching out towards the future of conservation biology.

 

NOTES FROM THE FIELD
22

Big cats conservation and management in Brazil

23 A mosaic of protected areas in Brazil: bringing new hope for jaguars
Invited Article
12 Accuracy of spot recognition software for individual identification from camera trap data.
Scholarship Reports
18 Disentangling coexistence dynamics among wild carnivores in the Chilean Central Andes
20 Human-wildlife conflicts and cascading effects of jaguar ecological extinction in the Brazilian Atlantic Forest
21 Jaguars on the Move. The importance of local monitoring in Calakmul Biosphere Reserve, Mexico
Tools of the trade
24 How should we be modeling connectivity for wild felids
25 Ecological modeling as a baseline to solve uncertainty in wild felid distributions: case study with black leopards in Africa

 

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