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The majority of Earth's tropical forests have been selectively logged; some on repeated occasions. Selective logging is known to affect forest structure, composition and function in various ways, but how such effects vary with logging frequency and across forest types remains unclear. In the Andaman Archipelago in India, we examined adult and pole-...
We firmly believe that ethical ecology begins with tough decisions that might unsettle the status quo – diverting funding to marginalized groups and flipping reward structures within academia are excellent suggestions in Trisos et al. that we think can be applied directly to India. In order to make this happen, we might need to make tough decisions...
Introduction: Understanding and managing human–wildlife interactions remains a global conservation priority. Most often, these interactions that emerge from literature focus on negative interactions such as crop damage, livestock loss, property dam- age, human injury and death (Treves and Karanth 2003; Graham et al. 2005; Madden 2004; Lagendijk and...