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New paper in Trends in Parasitology discusses how acoustic monitoring can be used to assess presence and overlap of host or reservoir species, disease vectors and human activity.
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Dear WILDLABS Human Wildlife Conflict Community, Thank you again for your interest in being part of a community discussing and developing tech innovations to address HWC, which...
5 November 2018
Dear colleagues, Hope you are all doing well, and are continuing to innovate, develop, and test tools to prevent and mitigate human-wildlife conflict and address other pressing...
22 February 2018
Hi everyone, Is anyone aware of detection tools to prevent wildlife collisions on highways or railways? I'm particularly interested in finding out if there may be any...
22 December 2016
Hello community, Is anyone familiar with, or using, seismic detection technology to prevent HWC? At WWF, we have been looking into the possibility of using devices with seismic...
20 December 2015
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