Tag: protected areas
Will's research explores how local people can contribute to protected area law enforcement.
Audience segmentation to improve targeting of conservation interventions for hunters
Abstract Audience segmentation could help improve the effectiveness of conservation interventions. Marketers use audience segmentation to define the target audience of a campaign. The technique involves subdividing a general population into groups that share similar profiles, such as socio-demographic or behavioural characteristics. Interventions are then designed to target the group or groups of interest. We ...
Taylor's MSc project examines the interactions between gender and community-based conservation in Tanzania
Searching for Snares – how much effort is enough?
Harriet presented preliminary findings from her fieldwork at the the Asian-Pacific Chapter Meeting of the Association of Tropical Biology and Conservation.
Xinyue's project examines local people’s biophilia and knowledge of biodiversity in Guanxi, China
Iain's current research examines how Tanzania's Wildlife Management Areas affect the ability of local communities to respond to environmental shocks.
Andy is using agent based models to explore how ranger patrols and poachers interact, and what this means for protected area management.
Harriet's work in eastern Cambodia focuses on understanding hunting in a tropical forest ecosystem.
Learning From Observational Data To Improve Protected Area Management
Law enforcement is an essential part of Protected Area (PA) management. This project aims to determine how patrol data can best be analysed by PA managers to monitor enforcement effort, inform future patrolling strategies, and motivate rangers.
Chancellor's Fellow & Senior Lecturer in Conservation Science; Research Group Leader