Browsing Research Articles (Mammal Research Institute) by UP Author "Lindsey, Peter Andrew"

Browsing Research Articles (Mammal Research Institute) by UP Author "Lindsey, Peter Andrew"

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  • Lindsey, Peter Andrew; Havemann, C.P. (Carl Peter); Lines, Robin M.; Price, A.E.; Retief, T.A.; Rhebergen, T.; Van der Waal, Cornelis; Romanach, S.S. (Cambridge University Press, 2013-01-08)
    Legislative changes during the 1960s–1970s granted user rights over wildlife to landowners in southern Africa, resulting in a shift from livestock farming to wildlifebased land uses. Few comprehensive assessments of ...
  • Van Velden, Julia L.; Wilson, Kerrie; Lindsey, Peter Andrew; McCallum, Hamish; Moyo, Boyson H.Z.; Biggs, Duan (Springer, 2020-03)
    The hunting and consumption of wild meat (bushmeat) is recognized as a key threat to the world’s biodiversity and there are indications this threat may extend to much of the African continent. However, this problem is ...
  • Lindsey, Peter Andrew; Balme, Guy Andrew; Becker, Matthew S.; Begg, Colleen Margeret; Bento, Carlos; Bocchino, Clara; Dickman, A.; Diggle, Richard W.; Eves, Heather; Henschel, Philipp; Lewis, Dale; Marnewick, Kelly; Mattheus, Jaco; McNutt, J.Weldon; McRobb, Rachel; Midlane, Neil; Milanzi, James; Morley, R.C. (Robert Carl); Murphree, Michael; Opyene, Vincent; Phadima, Joe; Purchase, Gianetta K.; Rentsch, Dennis; Roche, Christopher; Shaw, Joanne; Van der Westhuizen, H.; Van Vliet, Nathalie; Zisadza-Gandiwa, Patience (Elsevier, 2013-04)
    The bushmeat trade,orthe illegal acquisition and exchange ofwild meat,has long been recognised asa severe problem in forest biomes,but receives little attention insavann as,perhaps due toamisconcepti on that bushmeat ...
  • Romanach, S.S.; Lindsey, Peter Andrew (Blackwell, 2008)
    The spread of game ranching in southern Africa provides opportunities for the reestablishment of populations of endangered wild dogs extirpated by livestock ranchers. However, this potential has not been realized, partly ...
  • Packer, C.; Loveridge, A.; Canney, S.; Caro, T.; Garnett, S.T.; Pfeifer, Marion; Zander, K.K.; Swanson, A.; MacNulty, D.; Balme, Guy Andrew; Bauer, H.; Begg, C.M.; Begg, K.S.; Bhalla, S.; Bissett, C.; Bodasing, T.; Brink, H.; Burger, A.; Burton, A.C.; Clegg, B.; Dell, S.; Delsink, Audrey K.; Dickerson, T.; Dloniak, S.M.; Druce, D.; Frank, L.; Funston, Paul J.; Gichohi, N.; Groom, R.J. (Rosemary); Hanekom, C.; Heath, B.; Hunter, Luke T.B.; De Iongh, Hans H.; Joubert, C.J.; Kasiki, S.M.; Kissui, B.; Knocker, W.; Leathem, B.; Lindsey, Peter Andrew; MacLennan, S.D.; McNutt, J.W.; Miller, Susan M.; Naylor, S.; Nel, P.; Ng'weno, C.; Nicholls, K.; Ogutu, J.O.; Okot-Omoya, E.; Patterson, B.D.; Plumptre, A.; Salerno, J.; Skinner, K.; Slotow, Robert; Sogbohossou, E.A.; Stratford, K.J.; Winterbach, Christiaan W.; Winterbach, H.E.K. (Hanlie Evelyn Kathleen); Polasky, S. (Wiley-Blackwell, 2013-05)
    Conservationists often advocate for landscape approaches to wildlife management while others argue for physical separation between protected species and human communities, but direct empirical comparisons of these alternatives ...
  • Balme, Guy Andrew; Lindsey, Peter Andrew; Swanepoel, Lourens Hendrik; Hunter, Luke T.B. (Wiley, 2014-01)
    Science and conservation are often driven by different agendas, partly because many researchers are reluctant to tackle applied topics perceived to be less competitive for publishing or too impractical to study. Consequently, ...
  • Pekor, Adam; Miller, Jennifer R.B.; Flyman, Michael V.; Kasiki, Samuel; Kesch, M. Kristina; Miller, Susan M.; Uiseb, Kenneth; Van der Merve, Vincent; Lindsey, Peter Andrew (Elsevier, 2019-01)
    The fencing of protected areas (PAs) is highly controversial, and much remains unknown about the associated financial, ecological, and social impacts. We surveyed experts on 63 fenced and 121 unfenced PAs across 23 African ...
  • Rogan, M.S.; Lindsey, Peter Andrew; Tambling, C.J.; Golabek, K.A.; Chase, M.J.; Collins, Kai; McNutt, J.W. (Elsevier, 2017-06)
    Illegal bushmeat hunting is a global threat to wildlife, but its secretive and unregulated nature undermines efforts to mitigate its impacts on wildlife and wildlife-based industries. We investigated the scale of illegal ...
  • Funston, Paul J.; Groom, R.J. (Rosemary); Lindsey, Peter Andrew (Public Library of Science, 2013-03-20)
    Large African predators, especially lions (Panthera leo) and leopards (Panthera pardus), are financially valuable for ecotourism and trophy hunting operations on land also utilized for the production of other wildlife ...
  • Lindsey, Peter Andrew; Tambling, Craig J.; Brummer, Rox; Davies-Mostert, Harriet T.; Hayward, Matt W.; Marnewick, Kelly; Parker, Dan (Cambridge University Press, 2011-12)
    In South Africa there are efforts to manage reintroduced subpopulations of the vulnerable cheetah Acinonyx jubatus in small reserves (10–1,000 km2) as a managed metapopulation. We estimated areas required to support cheetahs ...
  • Lindsey, Peter Andrew; Miller, Jennifer R.B.; Petracca, Lisanne S.; Coad, Lauren; DIckman, Amy J.; Fitzgerald, Kathleen H.; Flyman, Michael V.; Funston, Paul J.; Henschel, Philipp; Kasiki, Samuel; Knights, Kathryn; Loveridge, Andrew J.; Macdonald, David W.; Mandisodza-Chikerema, Roseline L.; Nazerali, Sean; Plumptre, Andrew J.; Stevens, Riko; Van Zyl, Hugo W.; Hunter, Luke T.B. (National Academy of Sciences, 2018-11)
    Protected areas (PAs) play an important role in conserving biodiversity and providing ecosystem services, yet their effectiveness is undermined by funding shortfalls. Using lions (Panthera leo) as a proxy for PA health, ...
  • Braczkowski, Alexander R.; Balme, Guy A.; Dickman, Amy; Macdonald, David W.; Johnson, Paul J.; Lindsey, Peter Andrew; Hunter, Luke T.B. (Southern African Wildlife Management Association, 2015-09)
    In a number of African countries, the trophy hunting of large felids is an important revenue generator for landholders, governments and in some cases communities. The hunting of large felids is especially profitable but ...
  • Faulkner, S.C.; Stevens, M.C.A.; Romanach, S.S.; Lindsey, Peter Andrew; Le Comber, S.C. (Wiley, 2018-06)
    Poaching can have devastating impacts on animal and plant numbers, and in many countries has reached crisis levels, with illegal hunters employing increasingly sophisticated techniques. We used data from an 8‐year study ...
  • Taylor, Andrew; Balfour, Dave; Brebner, Diane Kirsty; Coetzee, Rynette; Davies-Mostert, Harriet T.; Lindsey, Peter Andrew; Shaw, Jo; 't Sas-Rolfes, Michael (Elsevier, 2017-12)
    African rhino populations are under severe threat from poachers, who kill rhinos to obtain horn for illegal trade. Over the 9-year period between 2008 and 2016, an estimated 7124 rhinos were poached in Africa, with the ...
  • Lindsey, Peter Andrew; Balme, Guy Andrew; Funston, Paul J.; Henschel, Philipp; Hunter, Luke T.B.; Madzikanda, Hilary; Midlane, Neil; Nyirenda, Vincent R. (Public Library of Science, 2013-09-18)
    The trophy hunting of lions Panthera leo is contentious due to uncertainty concerning conservation impacts and because of highly polarised opinions about the practice. African lions are hunted across at least ,558,000 ...