[MARMAM] New Human-Wildlife Conflict Book

Rachel Sprague - NOAA Federal rachel.sprague at noaa.gov
Wed Aug 19 18:02:38 PDT 2015

 Aloha colleagues,

I wanted to let you know about a new book on human-wildlife conflict in
marine ecosystems that has just been published by Oxford University Press.
You can find it on OUP's website:
http://ukcatalogue.oup.com/product/9780199687152.do and it will eventually
be available on Amazon here:

This is the full table of contents:

*Human-Wildlife Conflict**:  Complexity in the Marine Environment*

Megan M. Draheim, Francine Madden, Julie-Beth McCarthy, and E.C.M. Parsons:

* Section 1: Introduction to the Levels of Conflict*
1.  Francine Madden and Brian McQuinn: *Understanding Social Conflict and
Complexity in the Marine Environment*

*Section 2: Policy and Human-Wildlife Conflict*
2.  Catherine Booker and d'Shan Maycock: *Conservation on island time:
Stakeholder participation and conflict in marine resource management*
3.  Jill Lewandowski: *Transforming wicked environmental problems in the
government arena: A case study of the effects of marine sound on marine
4.  Christine Gleason: *Conservation in conflict: An overview of humpback
whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) management in Samaná, Dominican Republic*
5.  E.C.M. Parsons: *Levels of marine human-wildlife conflict: A whaling
case study*
6.  Sarah Wise: *Conflict and collaboration in marine conservation work:
Transcending boundaries and encountering flamingos*

*Section 3: Narratives and Human-Wildlife Conflict*
7.  Rachel S. Sprague and Megan M. Draheim: *Hawaiian monk seals: Labels,
names, and stories in conflict*
8.  Carlie Wiener: *Flipper fallout: Dolphins as cultural workers and the
human conflicts that ensue*
9.  Julie-Beth McCarthy: *Examining identity-level conflict: The role of

Megan M. Draheim, Julie-Beth McCarthy, E.C.M. Parsons: *Conclusion*


Warm regards,
Rachel S. Sprague, Ph.D.
Hawaiian Monk Seal Recovery Coordinator
Pacific Islands Regional Office
NOAA National Marine Fisheries Service
rachel.sprague at noaa.gov
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