Anish Andheria's research while affiliated with Wildlife Trust of India and other places

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With increasing world population and expanded use of forests as cohabited regions, interactions and conflicts with wildlife are increasing, leading to large scale loss of lives (animal and human) and livelihoods (economic). While community knowledge is valuable, forest officials and conservation organisations can greatly benefit from predictive ana...
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With increasing world population and expanded use of forests as cohabited regions, interactions and conflicts with wildlife are increasing, leading to large-scale loss of lives (animal and human) and livelihoods (economic). While community knowledge is valuable, forest officials and conservation organisations can greatly benefit from predictive ana...
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Long histories of sharing space and resources have built complex, robust, and enduring relationships between humans and wildlife in many communities across the world. In order to understand what makes it possible for humans and wildlife to share space, we have to look beyond the ecological and socio-economic study of damages caused by human-wildlif...
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Aims/Objectives/Background Forest staff working in remote locations are at high risk of life-threatening emergencies; including major trauma and snakebites. Timely access to appropriate emergency care is pivotal to life-saving treatment. This is the first study to systematically map public health facilities (PHFs) around tiger reserves (TRs) in cen...

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... Potential conflict as an opportunity for coexistence: cosmovision and attitudes of Arhuaco people towards jaguars Ethnobiol Conserv 11:19 order to contribute to this path, it is necessary to explore interactions from different perspectives while avoiding universalizing Western value systems (Pooley et al. 2021). For example, by integrating the cosmological belief systems of indigenous peoples to complement conservation strategies based on Western science (Dickson 2018), as there is evidence that the belief systems of indigenous peoples promote coexistence with wildlife (Athreya et al. 2018;Nair et al. 2021;Ocholla et al. 2013). The need of incorporating the views of indigenous peoples to improve interactions with the jaguar (Panthera onca) has recently been emphasized (Castaño-Uribe 2016; Marchini et al. 2022). ...