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Aust, P.W. 2009. The ecology, conservation and management of Nile crocodiles Crocodylus niloticus in a human dominated landscape. Imperial College London


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The ecology, conservation and management of Nile crocodiles Crocodylus niloticus in a human dominated landscape.

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The recovery of Nile crocodile populations has been accompanied by rapid human population growth and demands for freshwater resources. This phenomenon has resulted in a converging conflict crisis between Nile crocodiles and humans. The aim of this thesis is to (a) quantify the extent of human crocodile conflict (HCC) and (b) establish the implications for conservation and development.

Year: 2009

Type: Thesis

Origin: Imperial College London

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