Series: Wildlife Research Monographs Volume: 1
303 pages, 32 colour & 9 b/w illustrations, 19 colour tables
Current Trends in Wildlife Research, the first in the Wildlife Research Monograph series, defines "wildlife research" in a variety of contexts and reviews recent research trends. The authors present the current developments they have identified using bibliometric analyses of the most common, relevant and emerging topics in wildlife research over the last three decades. Diverse aspects of wildlife research are discussed, including wildlife demography, infections spread between wildlife, livestock and humans, habitat requirements and management, as well as the effects of renewable energy and pollutants on wildlife. Furthermore the authors explore topics like advances in the study of species distribution, invasive species, use of molecular markers in wildlife studies and the sustainability of wildlife exploitation and conservation conflicts. Current Trends in Wildlife Research offers a comprehensive overview of advances in wildlife research in the last decades.
- Trends in wildlife research: a bibliometric approach
- Wildlife demography: population processes, analytical tools and management applications
- Research priorities and trends in infections shared with wildlife
- Wildlife habitat requirements: concepts and research approaches
- Effects of renewable energy production and infrastructure on wildlife
- An overview of recent trends in wildlife ecotoxicology
- New developments in the study of species distribution
- Progresses and controversies in invasion biology
- High-throughput DNA sequencing and the next generation of molecular markers in wildlife research
- Meat from the wild: extractive uses of wildlife and alternatives for sustainability
- Conservation Conflicts: Future Research Challenges
- Wildlife research: towards a better coexistence between people and wildlife
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