Catherine M Hill
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Conflict of interest between people and baboons: crop raiding in Uganda
CM Hill
International journal of primatology 21 (2), 299-315, 2000
Crop-raiding by wild vertebrates: the farmer's perspective in an agricultural community in western Uganda
CM Hill
International Journal of Pest Management 43 (1), 77-84, 1997
Conflicting attitudes towards elephants around the Budongo Forest Reserve, Uganda
CM Hill
Environmental Conservation, 244-250, 1998
Farmers’ perspectives of conflict at the wildlife–agriculture boundary: some lessons learned from African subsistence farmers
CM Hill
Human Dimensions of Wildlife 9 (4), 279-286, 2004
Apes in the Anthropocene: flexibility and survival
KJ Hockings, MR McLennan, S Carvalho, M Ancrenaz, R Bobe, RW Byrne, ...
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 30 (4), 215-222, 2015
Patterns of crop raiding by primates around the Budongo Forest Reserve, Uganda
M Tweheyo, CM Hill, J Obua
Wildlife Biology 11 (3), 237-247, 2005
Perceptions of nonhuman primates in human–wildlife conflict scenarios
CM Hill, AD Webber
American journal of primatology 72 (10), 919-924, 2010
Human-wildlife conflict: Identifying the problem and possible solutions
C Hill, F Osborn, AJ Plumptre
New York (USA) WCS, 2002
Assessing the failure of a community-based human-wildlife conflict mitigation project in Budongo Forest Reserve, Uganda
AD Webber, CM Hill, V Reynolds
Oryx 41 (2), 177-184, 2007
Techniques to reduce crop loss: human and technical dimensions in Africa
FV Osborn, CM Hill
Conservation Biology Series-cambridge- 9, 72, 2005
Primate conservation and local communities—ethical issues and debates
CM Hill
American Anthropologist 104 (4), 1184-1194, 2002
Crop protection and conflict mitigation: reducing the costs of living alongside non-human primates
CM Hill, GE Wallace
Biodiversity and Conservation 21 (10), 2569-2587, 2012
Primate crop-raiding: a study of local perceptions in four villages in North Sumatra, Indonesia
V Marchal, C Hill
Primate Conservation 24 (1), 107-116, 2009
People, crops and primates: a conflict of interests
CM Hill
Commensalism and conflict: The human–primate interface, 40-59, 2005
Perspectives of “conflict” at the wildlife–agriculture boundary: 10 years on
CM Hill
Human Dimensions of Wildlife 20 (4), 296-301, 2015
Troublesome neighbours: changing attitudes towards chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) in a human-dominated landscape in Uganda
MR McLennan, CM Hill
Journal for Nature Conservation 20 (4), 219-227, 2012
Chimpanzee responses to researchers in a disturbed forest–farm mosaic at Bulindi, western Uganda
MR McLennan, CM Hill
American Journal of Primatology 72 (10), 907-918, 2010
People-primate interactions: implications for primate conservation
CH Tatyana Humle
An Introduction to Primate Conservation, OI: 10.1093/acprof:oso …, 2016
Reevaluating" twin infanticide"
HL Ball, CM Hill
Current Anthropology 37 (5), 856-863, 1996
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
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