Niki A. Rust
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Are alternative livelihood projects effective at reducing local threats to specified elements of biodiversity and/or improving or maintaining the conservation status of those …
D Roe, M Day, F Booker, W Zhou, S Allebone-Webb, N Kümpel, N Hill, ...
Environmental Evidence 3, 6, 2014
522014
Cost of carnivore coexistence on communal and resettled land in Namibia
NA Rust, LL Marker
Environmental Conservation 41 (1), 45-53, 2013
222013
Perceived efficacy of livestock-guarding dogs in South Africa: Implications for cheetah conservation
N Rust, K Whitehouse-Tedd, D MacMillan
Wildlife Society Bulletin 37 (4), 690–697, 2013
212013
Can stakeholders agree on how to reduce human–carnivore conflict on Namibian livestock farms? A novel Q-methodology and Delphi exercise
NA Rust
Oryx 51 (2), 339-346, 2016
192016
Why has human–carnivore conflict not been resolved in Namibia?
NA Rust, J Tzanopoulos, T Humle, DC MacMillan
Society & Natural Resources 29 (9), 1079-1094, 2016
162016
Quantity Does Not Always Mean Quality: The Importance of Qualitative Social Science in Conservation Research
NA Rust, A Abrams, DWS Challender, G Chapron, A Ghoddousi, ...
Society & Natural Resources 30 (10), 1304-1310, 2017
132017
Understanding, quantifying and mapping the use of poison by commercial farmers in Namibia – Implications for scavengers' conservation and ecosystem health
MG Andrea Santangeli, Volen Arkumarei, Niki Rust
Biological Conservation 204 (B), 205-211, 2016
122016
Attitudes Toward Predators and Conservancies Among Namibian Farmers
N Rust, L Marker
Human Dimensions of Wildlife 18 (6), 463-468, 2013
72013
Carnivores, Colonization, and Conflict: A Qualitative Case Study on the Intersectional Persecution of Predators and People in Namibia
NA Rust, N Taylor
Anthrozoös 29 (4), 653-667, 2016
62016
Environmental factors affect swing gates as a barrier to large carnivores entering game farms
NA Rust, MT Nghikembua, JJW Kasser, LL Marker
African journal of ecology 53 (3), 339-345, 2015
62015
Media Framing of Financial Mechanisms for Resolving Human–Predator Conflict in Namibia
NA Rust
Human Dimensions of Wildlife 20 (5), 440-453, 2015
42015
Reach and messages of the world's largest ivory burn
A Braczkowski, MH Holden, C O'Bryan, CY Choi, X Gan, N Beesley, ...
Conservation Biology, 2018
22018
Predator-Friendly Farming: determining the Efficiency of Livestock Guarding dogs to Limit depredations on South African Farms
N Rust
DICE University of Kent, 2011
22011
Social science methods to study human-cheetah interactions
NA Rust, C Hughes
Cheetahs: Biology & Conservation, 483-493, 2018
12018
Estimating poaching opportunity and potential
A Treves, C Browne-Nuñez, J Hogberg, J Karlsson Frank, ...
Conservation Criminology, 197-216, 2017
12017
Understanding the human dimensions of coexistence between carnivores and people: A case study in Namibia
N Rust
University of Kent, 2015
12015
The Costs and Causes of Human-Cheetah Conflict on Livestock and Game Farms
A Dickman, NA Rust, L Boast, M Wykstra, L Richmond-Coggan, R Klein, ...
Cheetahs: Biology & Conservation, 173-190, 2018
2018
A Call for Conservation Scientists to Empirically Study the Effects of Human Population Policies on Biodiversity Loss
N Rust, L Kehoe
Journal of Population and Sustainability 1 (2), 53-66, 2017
2017
It’s not “just beliefs”, it’s part of the solution: the livestock-guanaco conflict in Central Chile
S Vargas, PJ Castro-Carrasco, NA Rust, JL Riveros
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