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My research in the field of human-wildlife conflict and coexistence tends to focus on human interaction with our closest relatives, primates, and some of the species we find it hardest to live alongside, large carnivores. Using techniques from the fields of animal behaviour, as well as the social sciences, I look to quantify human perceptions of wildlife populations, looking at the interactions (perceived and actual) that drive these perceptions, and investigating potential mitigation techniques. Fieldwork locations include Gibraltar, Japan, Hong Kong and the USA.
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