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Wildtiermanagement: Eine Einführung [Wildlife Management: An Introduction]

By: Klaus Robin(Author), Roland Graf(Author), Reinhard Schnidrig-Petrig(Author)
220 pages, ~50 illustrations
Wildtiermanagement: Eine Einführung [Wildlife Management: An Introduction]
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Language: German

Wildlife and people live close together in the densely populated regions of central Europe. This coexistence is not always free of conflict: the habitat quality of many species is affected by human activities in many cases, and the natural behavior in space and time is subject to numerous disturbances. On the other hand browsing damage in forests, beaver dams in streams or "problem bears" in mountain valleys worry people. To cater to the needs of both people and wildlife, a contemporary form of wildlife management is required. Based on an in-depth problem analysis and definition of targets,  the present publication discusses strategies and measures to prevent, eliminate, or at least minimize human-wildlife conflict. Particular emphasis is placed on the eligibility and types of conflicts and the establishment of protected areas and the strategies to avoid disruption of vulnerable species and areas.

Summary in German:
Wildtiere und Menschen leben im dicht besiedelten Mitteleuropa nahe beieinander. Diese Koexistenz ist nicht immer konfliktfrei: Die Lebensraumqualität zahlreicher Tierarten wird durch menschliche Aktivitäten vielfach beeinflusst, und das natürliche Verhalten in Raum und Zeit unterliegt zahlreichen Störungen. Andererseits bereiten Verbissschäden in Wäldern, Biberstaudämme in Bächen oder «Problembären» in Gebirgstälern den Menschen Sorgen. Um sowohl den Ansprüchen der Menschen als auch den Bedürfnissen der Wildtiere gerecht zu werden, ist ein zeitgemäßes Wildtiermanagement gefragt. Ausgehend von einer vertieften Problemanalyse und Zieldefinition zeigt die vorliegende Publikation, welche Strategien und Maßnahmen Konflikte zwischen Mensch und Wildtier verhindern, beseitigen oder wenigstens minimieren können. Besonderes Gewicht kommt dabei den Förder- und Konfliktarten zu sowie der Einrichtung von Großschutzgebieten und den Strategien zur Vermeidung von Störungen besonders empfindlicher Arten und Areale.

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By: Klaus Robin(Author), Roland Graf(Author), Reinhard Schnidrig-Petrig(Author)
220 pages, ~50 illustrations
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