Stephanie Romanach
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Economic and conservation significance of the trophy hunting industry in sub-Saharan Africa
PA Lindsey, PA Roulet, SS Romanach
Biological conservation 134 (4), 455-469, 2007
Conservation and restoration of mangroves: Global status, perspectives, and prognosis
SS Romañach, DL DeAngelis, HL Koh, Y Li, SY Teh, RSR Barizan, L Zhai
Ocean & Coastal Management 154, 72-82, 2018
Wildlife viewing preferences of visitors to protected areas in South Africa: implications for the role of ecotourism in conservation
PA Lindsey, R Alexander, MGL Mills, S Romañach, R Woodroffe
Journal of Ecotourism 6 (1), 19-33, 2007
Potential of trophy hunting to create incentives for wildlife conservation in Africa where alternative wildlife‐based land uses may not be viable
PA Lindsey, R Alexander, LG Frank, A Mathieson, SS Romanach
Animal conservation 9 (3), 283-291, 2006
Livestock husbandry as a tool for carnivore conservation in Africa’s community rangelands: a case–control study
R Woodroffe, LG Frank, PA Lindsey, SMK ole Ranah, S Romanach
Vertebrate conservation and biodiversity, 419-434, 2007
Livestock predation by endangered African wild dogs (Lycaon pictus) in northern Kenya
R Woodroffe, P Lindsey, S Romanach, A Stein, SMK ole Ranah
Biological conservation 124 (2), 225-234, 2005
Determinants of attitudes towards predators in central Kenya and suggestions for increasing tolerance in livestock dominated landscapes
SS Romanach, PA Lindsey, R Woodroffe
Oryx 41 (2), 185-195, 2007
Savanna herbivore dynamics in a livestock-dominated landscape: I. Dependence on land use, rainfall, density, and time
NJ Georgiadis, JGN Olwero, SS Romañach
Biological conservation 137 (3), 461-472, 2007
Comparing species distribution models constructed with different subsets of environmental predictors
DN Bucklin, M Basille, AM Benscoter, LA Brandt, FJ Mazzotti, ...
Diversity and distributions 21 (1), 23-35, 2015
Trophy hunting and conservation in Africa: problems and one potential solution
PA Lindsey, LG Frank, R Alexander, A Mathieson, SS Romanach
Conservation biology, 880-883, 2007
The importance of conservancies for enhancing the value of game ranch land for large mammal conservation in southern Africa
PA Lindsey, SS Romanach, HT Davies‐Mostert
Journal of Zoology 277 (2), 99-105, 2009
Ecological and financial impacts of illegal bushmeat trade in Zimbabwe
PA Lindsey, SS Romañach, CJ Tambling, K Chartier, R Groom
Oryx 45 (1), 96-111, 2011
Dynamics and underlying causes of illegal bushmeat trade in Zimbabwe
PA Lindsey, SS Romanach, S Matema, C Matema, I Mupamhadzi, ...
Oryx 45 (1), 84-95, 2011
Making ecological models adequate
WM Getz, CR Marshall, CJ Carlson, L Giuggioli, SJ Ryan, SS Romañach, ...
Ecology letters 21 (2), 153-166, 2018
Benefits of wildlife-based land uses on private lands in Namibia and limitations affecting their development
PA Lindsey, CP Havemann, RM Lines, AE Price, TA Retief, T Rhebergen, ...
Oryx 47 (1), 41-53, 2013
Savanna herbivore dynamics in a livestock-dominated landscape. II: Ecological, conservation, and management implications of predator restoration
NJ Georgiadis, F Ihwagi, JGN Olwero, SS Romañach
Biological Conservation 137 (3), 473-483, 2007
Performance metrics and variance partitioning reveal sources of uncertainty in species distribution models
JI Watling, LA Brandt, DN Bucklin, I Fujisaki, FJ Mazzotti, SS Romanach, ...
Ecological Modelling 309, 48-59, 2015
Ecological, social and financial issues related to fencing as a conservation tool in Africa
PA Lindsey, CL Masterson, AL Beck, S Romañach
Fencing for conservation: restriction of evolutionary potential or a riposte …, 2011
African Wild Dogs (Lycaon pictus) Can Subsist on Small Prey: Implications for Conservation
R Woodroffe, PA Lindsey, SS Romañach, SMK Ranah
Journal of Mammalogy 88 (1), 181-193, 2007
Savé Valley Conservancy: a large-scale African experiment in cooperative wildlife management
P Lindsey, R du Toit, A Pole, S Romañach
Evolution and innovation in wildlife conservation, 181-202, 2012
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