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Human–Wildlife Interactions (HWI) is the only scientific journal dedicated specifically to publishing manuscripts that report research, management case studies, and policy perspectives designed to enhance the professional management of human–wildlife conflicts.

Current Issue: Volume 10, Issue 2 (2016) Fall 2016

Articles

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Letter from the Editor
Michael R. Conover

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Response of greater sage-grouse to surface coal mining and habitat conservation in association with the mine
Steven L. Petersen, B. Kirk Nicholes, S. Nicole Frey, Kevin M. Heaton, and Dennis L. Eggett

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Declining populations of greater sage-grouse: where and why
Michael R. Conover and Anthony J. Roberts

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Economic utility for the anthropogenic spread of wild hogs
Joe N. Caudell, Emily Dowell, and Katelyn Welch

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Grizzly bear space use, survival, and persistence in relation to human habitation and access
Bogdan Cristescu, Gordon B. Stenhouse, Bernie Goski, and Mark S. Boyce

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Efficacy of non-lead ammunition for culling elk at Theodore Roosevelt National Park
Blake E. McCann, William Whitworth, and Robert A. Newman

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An analysis of human–black bear conflict in Utah
Julie Ann Miller, Tom S. Smith, Janene Auger, Hal Black, and Loreen Allphin

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Short-term fate of rehabilitated orphan black bears released in New Hampshire
Wesley E. Smith, Peter J. Pekins, Andrew A. Timmins, and Benjamin Kilham

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Use of predator hair to enhance perceived risk to white-tailed deer in a foraging context
Thomas W. Seamans, Bradley F. Blackwell, and Kimberly E. Linnell

In the News

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In the News
Jason Matthews and Joe N. Caudill