Published on June 1, 2007
We propose that hypotheses implicating human population density in wildlife endangerment at global and national scales owe their public and academic currency as thoroughly to inductive reasoning and repetition as to scientific experimentation.
Published on August 1, 2004
Published on November 20, 2014
Our synthesis shows that many human factors, including socioeconomic and demographic, together with other factors (e.g., projected global climate change), exhibit reciprocal interactions with pandas and the plant species that comprise their habitat.
Published on September 1, 2008
We addressed this gap with a survey assessing the ability of residents on the Texas–Tamaulipas border to identify an ocelot.
Published on September 12, 2014
Conserving wildlife while simultaneously meeting the resource needs of a growing human population is a major sustainability challenge.
SCIENCE - Ecological degradation in protected areas: The Case of Wolong Nature Reserve for Giant Pandas
Published on April 6, 2001
Analyses of remote sensing data from pre- and post-establishment periods indicate that the Wolong National Nature Reserve has become more fragmented and less suitable for giant panda habitation.
Published on June 19, 2019
In his new book, "The Last Butterflies: A Scientist's Quest to Save a Rare and Vanishing Creature", Haddad chronicles the stories of six extremely rare butterflies.