Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Wildlife Management

Failures, Successes and Prospects

Edited by Jafari Kideghesho

Sokoine University of Agriculture, Tanzania

Co-editor:

Alfan Rija

Sokoine University of Agriculture, Tanzania

The decline of wildlife populations is increasingly posing a challenge to wildlife management agencies. In the face of increasing challenges such as wildlife diseases, human - wildlife conflicts, climate change, illegal hunting, and habitat loss, among others, new management models and strategies are being adopted to address these challenges. These models and strategies have, however, produced some mixed outcomes - both failures and successes. Wildlife Management - Failures, Successes and Prospects provides an understanding of some of the realities shaping wildlife management policies in different parts of the world. Drawing from case studies, the book presents some challenges facing wildlife management and the emerging management models, strategies, options for action, and success stories. This book offers a real field experience to conservation practitioners, planners, researchers, academicians, and students.

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Wildlife ManagementFailures, Successes and ProspectsEdited by Jafari Kideghesho

Published: February 13th 2019

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.69821

ISBN: 978-1-78985-292-9

Print ISBN: 978-1-78985-291-2

Copyright year: 2019

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2072 Total Chapter Downloads

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1. Introductory Chapter: Wildlife Management - Failures, Successes, and Prospects

By Jafari R. Kideghesho and Alfan A. Rija

269

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2. Spatial and Temporal Vegetation Dynamics: Opportunities and Constraints behind Wildlife Migration in Eastern Africa Savanna Ecosystem

By Ismail S. Selemani and Anthony Z. Sangeda

147

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3. Emerging Bacterial Zoonoses in Migratory Birds

By Uğur Parin, Şükrü Kirkan and Göksel Erbaş

289

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4. Application of Attitude Theory in Wildlife Management: A Critical Review of Concepts and Processes

By Jeffrey J. Brooks and Robert J. Warren

255

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5. Community-Based Conservation: An Emerging Land Use at the Livestock-Wildlife Interface in Northern Kenya

By Stephen M. Mureithi, Ann Verdoodt, Jesse T. Njoka, Joseph S. Olesarioyo and Eric Van Ranst

255

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6. Successes, Threats, and Factors Influencing the Performance of a Community-Based Wildlife Management Approach: The Case of Wami Mbiki WMA, Tanzania

By Sayuni B. Mariki

226

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7. Power Struggles in the Management of Wildlife Resources: The Case of Burunge Wildlife Management Area, Tanzania

By Rose P. Kicheleri, Thorsten Treue, George C. Kajembe, Felister M. Mombo and Martin R. Nielsen

184

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8. Marine Stock Enhancement, Restocking, and Sea Ranching in Korea

By Sang-Go Lee

218

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9. Evaluation of a White Seabass (Atractoscion nobilis) Enhancement Program in California

By Theresa Sinicrope Talley, Nina Venuti, Richard Starr and Christopher Myrick

229

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