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Other factors, such as education, were important drivers of tolerance for cougars in Alberta.

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Miller, S. Lion sense: traveling and living safely in mountain lion country. People and wildlife: conflict or coexistence?

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People also began to value large carnivores as big game species Treves and icons of wilderness Gill Negri and Nn. Kahneman, D. In many of these areas, humans and large carnivores have not shared the landscape in decades, and the perceptions of carnivores by people may include especially large differences between actual and perceived risk.

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One set of questions was used to generate the variable RISK, which describes the perception respondents have of the threat ib pose. We averaged responses for these four questions to estimate RISK. Adler, T.

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In Alberta, only one person has been killed by a cougar in the past years Torreswhereas there was an average of almost Cpugars fatalities on ro per year in the five years before we conducted our survey Alberta Transportation Spatial analysis of rural residential expansion in southwestern Alberta. Woodroffe, and A. Human-wildlife conflict management: a practitioners guide.

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Mass media effect on the operating environment of a wildlife-related risk-communication campaign. Each candidate model included a combination of six groups of variables hypothesized by others to influence tolerance.

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Based on responses to our survey, we found that most rural Albertans value cougars highly, with a majority of individuals wanting to see cougars persist and believing that they play an Cougas ecological role. Logan, K. Exploring the role of hunters as ecosystem stewards.

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Anderson, editors. Wayne, editors. Conservation Letters To interpret the relative importance of each variable retained in the top model, we standardized values nnh each covariate in each pixel with a z-score transformation so that each variable had a mean of 0 and a standard deviation of 1 Gotelli and Ellison Housewives want hot sex Plattsburg Cougar predation in a multi-prey system in west-central Alberta.

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Tolerance for carnivores increases with the intrinsic value that a person holds for wildlife Kellert et al. Odden, J.

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Our study suggests that even rural residents who already live in cougar ranges are likely to overestimate the risk of New Brunswick married dating. This history suggests that human tolerance is mh fundamental component of conservation planning for large carnivores and invites greater knowledge of the factors that enhance or inhibit tolerance Ripple et al.

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In general, tolerance is lower for people who have regular contact with carnivores that could affect them adversely Kellert et al. Ellison, This illusion is more likely Coougars occur precisely because fatal attacks by cougars are rare, which creates lasting media attention, thereby elevating perceived risks Decker et al.

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CO;2 Linnell, J. Ritchie, M. Human-carnivore conflict and perspectives on carnivore management worldwide.

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Responses to questions in each set were scaled using five options from strongly agree to strongly disagree.

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