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Global Exposition of Wildlife Management

The book, Global Exposition of Wildlife Management, covers five research topics connected to wildlife management. From conservation and domestication of species from the wild, the socioeconomic importance of wildlife to Tuberculosis within wildlife species as an emerging health threat for both wildlife and humans. Topics presented also discuss bush-meat utilization and its impact on biodiversity conservation, community forestry management and its role in biodiversity conservation, food and feeding ecology, urban forestry, and integrated island management for ecologically sensitive areas. This book also presents wildlife conservation research using a public aquarium as a case study. Each chapter gives special reference to the prevailing problems in wildlife conservation and hopes to provide possible solutions.

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Global Exposition of Wildlife ManagementEdited by Gbolagade Akeem Lameed

Published: March 22nd 2017

DOI: 10.5772/62974

ISBN: 978-953-51-3026-0

Print ISBN: 978-953-51-3025-3

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-953-51-5481-5

Copyright year: 2017

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9551 Total Chapter Downloads

10 Crossref Citations

8 Web of Science Citations

15 Dimensions Citations


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1. Wildlife Conservation: Is Domestication a Solution?

By Fabrice Teletchea


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2. Wildlife Conservation Research at AZA-Accredited Public Aquariums in North America

By Shawn Larson


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3. Bushmeat Utilization in Oban Sector of Cross River National Park: A ‘Biodiversity Palaver’

By Sunday Adedoyin, Saka Jimoh and James Omifolaji


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4. Community Forestry Management and its Role in Biodiversity Conservation in Nepal

By Anup K.C.


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5. Wildlife Tuberculosis: An Emerging Threat for Conservation in South Asia

By Jeewan Thapa, Chie Nakajima, Kamal P. Gairhe, Bhagwan Maharjan, Sarad Paudel, Yogendra Shah, Susan K. Mikota, Gretchen E. Kaufman, Deborah McCauley, Toshio Tsubota, Stephen V. Gordon and Yasuhiko Suzuki


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