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Human-wildlife conflict is a significant challenge that only grows as habitats shrink and other issues like climate change alter the natural world. Technologies like biologging gear have become essential for proactively addressing human-wildlife conflict before it escalates, and tech projects that seek to understand population ranges and behaviour can help people learn to live with wildlife as part of our own environments. If you're interested in using technology to prevent human-wildlife conflict, this group is the place for you!
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Hi, I am looking at using camera-trap based alarm systems for managing Human Elephant Conflict in a specific area in India. Has anybody worked on developing something along...
22 March 2016
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