HDFW 2010 Presentations

Over 100 lectures were presented by researchers from around the world at the 2010 conference.
Re-visit the Pathways to Success 2010 Conference!
 
From here you can review interesting lectures that you attended and take a look at presentations that you missed!
 
This webpage contains a complete listing of presentations from the 2010 Pathways to Success Conference. Downloadable PDF documents are available for many of these presentations. These presentation files are available for you to view with permission from the authors. Please keep in mind that these files were originally Power Point presentations used as visual aids during a lecture or poster presentation and are presented here out of context. If you want more information then please contact the presenter directly.
 
All presentations have been classified thematically into one of the following categories. Click on a category below to browse by topic or use the ‘Find on this Page’ feature to search by author name or a keyword.
 

Plenary Lectures
Human-wildlife conflict: taking a local issue to the global level - Examining the role of the Convention on Biological Diversity and its programme of work on dry and sub-humid lands, Tuesday, September 28, 8:00 AM
Jaime Alexandra Webbe,
Programme officer for climate change and dry and sub-humid lands
Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity
 
Developing a Culture of Human Dimensions Thinking in a State Agency: An Evolution or a Revolution, Tuesday, September 28, 8:00 AM
Tim Breault,
Director, Division of Habitat and Species Conservation
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
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Urban Wildlife
 
Climate Change
Exploring the relationship between wildlife value orientations and place-based beliefs about climate change, Wednesday, September 29, 8:00 AM
Danielle J. Ross-Winslow
Colorado State University, USA
 
Facilitating Multi-Jurisdictional Management and Planning for Climate Change, Wednesday, September 29, 8:00 AM
Jessica Thompson
Colorado State University, USA
 
The Changing Face of Wildife Conservation Under Climate Change, Wednesday, September 29, 10:00 AM
Organized Session: Panel Discussion
Organizers:
Amielle A. DeWan
Defenders of Wildlife
Doug Parsons
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
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Risk, Emotional Responses, and Attitudes Towards Wildlife
On the path to compassionate conservation: understanding attitudes towards wildlife welfare issues integral to endangered species management in British Columbia, Canada, Tuesday, September 28, 3:15 PM
Sara D Dubois
University of British Columbia
 
A qualitative comparison of expert and lay values, beliefs, and attitudes toward wildlife health and disease, Friday, October 1, 8:00 AM
Shauna L Hanisch
Michigan State University
 
What we’re talking about when we’re talking about wildlife: a philosophical distinction with a practical implication, Tuesday, September 28, 3:15 PM
Maarten H Jacobs
Wageningen University
 
Reality vs. perception: how rural Tanzanians view risks from man-eating lions, Friday, October 1, 8:00 AM
Hadas Kushnir
University of Minnesota
 
Effects of social trust in government on attitudes towards wolves and wolf management in Alberta, Canada, Wednesday, September 29, 1:00 PM
Carly C Sponarski
University of Calgary
 
Regional Risk Perception Associated with the Relocation of Military Assets from Okinawa to Guam, Thursday, September 30, 3:30 PM
Randal S Stahl
USDA/APHIS/WS, National Wildlife Research Center
 
Integrating cognitive and affective human dimensions research: The mental hierarchy, Tuesday, September 28, 3:15 PM
Jerry Vaske
Colorado State University
 
Are public preferences for gray wolf management subject to risk-driven biases in information processing?, Tuesday, September 28, 1:00 PM
Robyn S Wilson
The Ohio State University
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Human-Wildlife Conflict
Wildlife-crops Conflicts and Local Community Participation in the Management of Yankari Game Reserve, Bauchi, Nigeria, Tuesday, September 28, 3:15 PM
Akinyemi_A.pdf
Abiodun F Akinyemi
University of Ibadan
 
Human-Wildlife Conflicts in the Sierra Gorda Biosphere Reserve, Mexico, Tuesday, September 28, 10:00 AM
Ines Arroyo-Quiroz
FAUNAM AC
 
Human wildlife conflict and implications for tiger conservation-case of Corbett Tiger Reserve, India, Thursday, September 30, 8:00 AM
Ruchi Badola
Wildlife Institute of India
 
People-wildlife conflict in Hoima District, Uganda: past experience and current perceptions, Wednesday, September 29, 4:45 PM
Catherine M Hill
Oxford Brookes University
 
Wildlife conservation in the Tarangire-Manyara Ecosystem of northern Tanzania: the role of land rights and collaboration, Tuesday, September 28, 3:15 PM
Stacy J Lynn
Colorado State University
 
Livestock protection dogs as a predator management tool: A survey of sheep producer’s attitudes, Tuesday, September 28, 10:00 AM
Michael C Marlow
USDA Wildlife Services
 
Human Activities and Wild Bird Conservation in Hadejia Nguru Wetlands: Villagers View and Determining Factors, Tuesday, September 28, 3:15 PM
Oladapo O Oduntan
University of Agriculture Abeokuta
 
Compensation Schemes in Kenya: Simplistic ‘Mitigation’ Exacerbating a Complex Problem, Tuesday, September 28, 10:00 AM
Ogada_M.pdf
Mordecai O Ogada
Panthera
 
Conflict of perception: predicting actual and perceived crop-damage by primates in Sulawesi, Indonesia., Wednesday, September 29, 4:45 PM
Nancy Priston
Oxford Brookes University
 
Ranching and carnivores in the Waterton Biosphere Reserve, Alberta, Canada: A survey of landowners, Tuesday, September 28, 10:00 AM
Michael S Quinn
University of Calgary
 
Project Snow Leopard 1999-2010: an appraisal of a long-term effort to reduce conflicts between snow leopards and livestock and improve local livelihoods in Gilgit-Baltistan (Pakistan), Wednesday, September 29, 3:30 PM
Rosen_T.pdf
Tatjana Rosen
Project Snow Leopard (Baltistan Wildlife Conservation and Development Organization) & Wildlife Conservation Society
 
Evaluation of an environmental education program for reducing human-wildlife conflicts: A case study of the Monkey-Persimmon College in Nagano prefecture, Japan, Wednesday, September 29, 4:45 PM
Ryo Sakurai
University of Florida
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Working with Communities
Evaluating and modeling local stakeholder acceptance capacity towards tigers (Panthera tigris) at Chitwan National Park, Nepal, Wednesday, September 29, 3:30 PM
Neil H Carter
Michigan State University
 
Evaluating landowner services provided by Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Wednesday, September 29, 4:45 PM
Linda S Campbell
Texas Parks and Wildlife Department
 
The interplay between zoo educators and animal caregivers for holistic wildlife conservation education in schools and communities; a case study of the uganda wildlife education centre, Thursday, September 30, 10:30 AM
James Musinguzi
Uganda Wildlife Education Centre
 
Promoting endangered species conservation on private lands using private land stewardship, Wednesday, September 29, 4:45 PM
Shari L Rodriguez
North Carolina State University, Fisheries
 
Advancing Blended Value: Elevating Biodiversity as a Critical Component of the Emerging Global Sustainability Paradigm, Defining the Government’s Role and a New Context, Wednesday, September 29, 8:00 AM
Joe C Starinchak
U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
 
Stakeholder attitudes toward black bear in occupied range in Louisiana, Friday, October 1, 8:00 AM
Pat Stephens Williams
Stephen F. Austin State University
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Changing Publics and the Environment
Are attitudes toward wolves changing? Evidence from a quantitative content analysis of the US and Canadian print news media, Tuesday, September 28, 1:00 PM
Jeremy T Bruskotter
The Ohio State University
 
Scientists as media sources for wildlife & fisheries issues in Florida, Wednesday, September 29, 8:00 AM
J. Stuart Carlton
University of Florida
 
The effectiveness of communication channels in influencing public knowledge of the desert tortoise, Wednesday, September 29, 8:00 AM
Jennifer M Roemer
Colorado State University
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Economic Valuation and Benefits of Wildlife
Portrayal of coyote-human interactions in the popular media: Content analysis from Canadian sources, Wednesday, September 29, 8:00 AM
Alexander_S.pdf
Shelley M Alexander
University of Calgary
 
Who’s using wildlife management areas? Identifying stakeholders who recreate on public hunting and fishing lands in Virginia, Friday, October 1, 10:15 AM
Amy L Carrozzino
Virginia Tech
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Hunting
(AccessParticipation, Recruitment, Retention, Regulation, etc.)
 
Hunting desertion in Norway: Motives, barriers, and attitudes toward retention measures, Wednesday, September 29, 4:45 PM
Oddgeir Anderesn
Norwegian Institute for Nature Research
 
The Future of Waterfowl Hunting in South Dakota, Wednesday, September 29, 3:30 PM
Larry M Gigliotti
South Dakota Game, Fish & Parks
 
Measuring motivations as a way to reduce conflict associated with the Western Arctic Caribou Herd, Thursday, September 30, 10:30 AM
Andrew M Harrington
University of Alaska Fairbanks
 
The Portrayal of Women in Hunting Magazines, Wednesday, September 29, 4:45 PM
Colleen L Kulesza
University of Idaho
 
Monitoring wildlife in the Takana indigenous territory,Thursday, September 30, 8:00 AM
Guido Miranda
Wildlife Conservation Society
 
Recreational Specialization Patterns Within Outdoor Recreationists in Nevada, Wednesday, September 29, 3:30 PM 
Pettis_A.pdf
Adam L Pettis
Ohio State University
 
What predicts support for regulation of lead shot among hunters?, Wednesday, September 29, 8:00 AM
Schroeder_S.pdf
Susan A Schroeder
Minnesota Cooperative Fish & Wildlife Research Unit/University of Minnesota
 
Hunting Intentions and Behavior of Oregon Hunters: Integrating Constraints in the Theory of Planned Behavior Model, Wednesday, September 29, 3:30 PM
Suresh K Shrestha
West Virginia University
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Fisheries
Fishermen acceptability and consensus for coastal management policies in the Philippines, Wednesday, September 29, 3:30 PM
Arren M Allegretti
Colorado State University
 
The sustainable future of small scale fishing—communities in favor of marine protected areas in Costa Rica, Wednesday, September 29, 3:30 PM
Andy B Bystrom
Pretoma
 
The status of human dimensions of recreational fisheries research in Australia, Friday, October 1, 10:15 AM
Stephen G Sutton
James Cook University
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Wildlife Management
Managing Whale Watching requires integrating various Human Dimension Perspectives, Friday, October 1, 8:00 AM
María-José Barragán
Memorial University of Newfoundland
 
The Human Dimensions of the Kangaroo in Australia - Preliminary Results, Friday, October 1, 8:00 AM
Pip Chalk
University of Western Sydney
 
Understanding human-nature relationships in the context of wildlife management, Wednesday, September 29, 1:00 PM
Alia M Dietsch
Colorado State University
 
Across state lines: a comparison of deer-related impacts perceived in Illinois and Michigan, USA, Friday, October 1, 8:00 AM
Lischka_S.pdf
Stacy A Lischka
University of Illinois
 
Implications of demographic and generational change among current and future wildlife professionals for the future of wildlife management agencies, Thursday, September 30, 1:00 PM
Steve L McMullin
Virginia Tech
 
The Public's Knowledge of Bear Management and the "Be Bear Aware Program" at Grand Teton National Park, Thursday, September 30, 1:00 PM
Nanette M. Nelson
University of Wyoming
 
The Effective Plan for Sika Deer Population Management Considering Hunters' Attitudes and Behavior in Tochigi Prefecture, Japan, Friday, October 1, 8:00 AM
Haruna Toda
Utsunomiya University
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Globalization
Human dimensions of wildlife: the Italian way, Friday, October 1, 10:15 AM
Jenny A Glikman
Memorial University
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Legal Issues and Public Trust
Integrating stakeholder knowledge into social-ecological system decision-making: Benefits and limitations to knowledge diversity, Friday, October 1, 10:15 AM
Steven A Gray
Rutgers University
 
Are regulations proposals consistent with human dimensions information?: A case study in North Carolina, Thursday, September 30, 1:00 PM
Dain Palmer
North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission
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Ethics
Key Biodiversity Areas Program: Assessing Animal Trade and Hunting in Iraq, Friday, October 1, 11:30 AM
Hana Ahmed
Nature Iraq
 
A spatial assessment of land owner preferences toward wildlife management in the developing exurban landscapes of the Yellowstone Rockies., Wednesday, September 29, 10:00 AM
Andra R Toivola
Wildlife Conservation Society
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Protected Areas
Mesopotamian Marshlands National Park: Implementing habitat-wildlife conservation and socio-economic development in a conflict zone, Thursday, September 30, 1:00pm
Azzam Alwash
Nature Iraq
 
Participatory management councils for protected areas: international experience and challenges,
Thursday, September 30, 1:00 PM
James R Barborak
Colorado State University
 
Conservation-induced displacement of human communities from Protected Areas: Issues and Challenges, Thursday, September 30, 8:00 AM
Vinod B Mathur
Wildlife Institute of India
 
Wilderness tourism and strategic system thinking for Marine Protected Areas organizations. “The Tavolara Punta Coda Cavallo Scuba Diving Case Study”, Thursday, September 30, 1:00 PM
Federico Niccolini
Financial and Economical Institutions Via Crescimbeni
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Wildlife Values and Culture
Utilitarian Basic Beliefs about Wildlife among Migrants to Alaska, Wednesday, September 29, 1:00 PM
Peter J Fix
University of Alaska Fairbanks
 
Do Canadian Wildlife Festivals Promote the Principles of Ecotourism?, Thursday, September 30, 10:30 AM
Glen T Hvenegaard
Uiversity of Alberta
 
Wildlife – a hindrance or attraction for outdoor recreation among non-western citizens in Denmark?, Tuesday, September 28, 3:15 PM
Frank S Jensen
University of Copenhagen
 
The cognitive hierarchy and fishing preferences: Wildlife value orientations of Pine Creek Valley, Pennsylvania anglers, Wednesday, September 29, 1:00 PM
Harry C Zinn
Penn State University

Attitudes towards an endangered brown bear population outside its core area in Central Italy, Thursday, September 30, 1:00 PM
Luciana Carotenuto
Regione Lazio - Riserva Naturale Montagne della Duchessa
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Methodological Concerns for HD Research
Assessing attitudes of Minnesota deer hunters for regulatory change – comparison between randomly selected and self-selected respondents, Tuesday, September 28, 10:00 AM
Lou Cornicelli
State of Minnesota
 
Biodiversity Hotspots and Visitor Flows in Oulanka National Park, Finland, Wednesday, September 29, 10:00 AM
Stuart Cottrell
Colorado State University
 
Assessing the Validity of Online Surveys: Examination of Four State-Level Studies, Tuesday, September 28, 10:00 AM
Mark D Duda
Responsive Management
 
Traditional versus new rating scale formats: comparing Likert scale with the Visual Analogue Scale, Friday, October 1, 10:15 AM
Beatrice F Frank
Memorial University
 
Spatial carnivore management models: Optimizing the trade-off between population viability, social acceptance and economy, Wednesday, September 29, 1:00 PM 
Gangaas_K.pdf
Kristin E Gangaas
Hedmark University College
 
Development Pattern and Wildlife Habitat Protection in Conservation Subdivision Designs, Wednesday, September 29, 10:00 AM
Sarah E Reed
Colorado State University
 
Online surveying is not monkey business: Case studies of the appropriate use for online surveys in human dimensions of wildlife research, Tuesday, September 28, 10:00 AM
Natalie R Sexton
U.S. Geological Survey
 
Improving the utility of human dimensions information for wildlife management through geographically-based approaches, Wednesday, September 29, 10:00 AM
Tara L Teel
Colorado State University
 
Can Weighting Compensate for Sampling Issues in Online Surveys?, Tuesday, September 28, 10:00 AM
Jerry J Vaske
Colorado State University
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Water Resources and Human-Wildlife Coexistence
Measuring Human Preferences for Restoring a Community’s Lakes and Fishery, Friday, October 1, 11:30 AM
William S Breffle
Michigan Technological University
 
Losing Our Lakes?  An assessment of lakeshore home owner attitudes towards native vegetative buffers, Thrusday, September 30, 10:30 AM
Edgar Rudberg
Minnesota Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit
 
Local Perceptions of Brook Trout Habitat Improvement Projects in the Green and White Mountain National Forests, Friday, October 1, 11:30 AM
Michael K Steinberg
University of Alabama
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Habituation
Improving communication about wildlife habituation and related processes, Tuesday, September 28, 3:15 PM
Lauren L Barish
National Park Service
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Recreational Fishing
Assessment of context-specific angler motivations reveals the importance of catch motives as well as the existence of distinct motivational angler types, with implications for management, Tuesday, September, 28, 1:00 PM
Ben Beardmore
Simon Fraser University
 
Can otters and anglers share the stream? Pennsylvania fishermen’s attitudes toward river otters (Lontra canadensis) demonstrates a local understanding between sportsmen and predators, Tuesday, September 28, 1:00 PM
Jennifer A Bohrman
Frostburg State University
 
Segmenting Michigan’s Recreational Anglers using Fishing Behavior, Thursday, September 30, 3:30 PM
Jody C Simoes
Michigan State University
 
Demand for Fly-Fishing on the Green River: Incorporating Place Attachment and Site Perceptions into a Travel-Cost Analysis, Tuesday, September 28, 1:00 PM
Jordan W Smith
North Carolina State University
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Human Dimensions of Wildlife Conservation
A Conservation Institution for the 21st Century: an overview, Tuesday, Septermber 28, 3:15 PM
Daniel Decker
Cornell University
 
Linking local livelihoods and biodiversity conservation in Periyar Tiger Reserve, India, Thursday, September 30, 8:00 AM
Anil Kumar K Bhardwaj
Wildlife Institute of India
 
Resolving wicked conservation challenges--it's about the people, Thursday, September 30, 1:00 PM
Mike L Gibeau
Parks Canada
 
Dependency of local people on mangrove forests of Bhitarkanika Wildlife Sanctuary, India and their attitude towards its conservation, Thursday, September 30, 8:00 AM
Hussain_S.pdf
Syed A Hussain
Wildlife Institute of India
 
Conservation during global conflict: using human dimensions approaches to curtail U.S. military personnel demand for wildlife products in Iraq and Afghanistan, Friday, October 1, 11:30 AM
Heidi E Kretser
Wildlife Conservation Society
 
Social costs of HWC: a gender-sensitive perspective from Uttarakhand, Thursday, September 30, 8:00 AM
Monica V Ogra
Gettysburg College
 
The human dimension for jaguar conservation in the “Huasteca Potosina” region, Mexico, Wednesday, September 29, 3:30 PM
Alejandra Olivera-Mendez
Colegio de Postgraduados
 
The Conservation Value of Residential Open Space: Florida's Land Development Regulations and the Implications for Conservation Development, Friday, October 1, 10:15 AM
Dara M Wald
University of Florida
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Social, Economic, and Demographic Change
Public support for species at risk protection: Short-term resiliency despite economic concerns, Friday, October 1, 11:30 AM
Howie Harshaw
University of British Columbia
 
Economic Impacts of Waterfowl Hunting in Mississippi Derived from a State-based Mail Survey, Friday, October 1, 10:15 AM
Clifford P Hutt
Mississippi State University
 
Economic downturns and elephant mortality, Friday, October 1, 11:30 AM
George Wittemyer
Colorado State University
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Lunchtime Session
Animals Make Us Human, Wednesday, September 29th, 12:00pm
Temple Grandin, Ph.D
Professor, Colorado State University
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