Human-wildlife Interactions

Alia Dietsch

Assistant Professor in Parks, Protected Areas, Natural Resources Management
School of Environment and Natural Resources
Columbus
Office Phone: 
614-292-8654

Application of social science theories to conservation, particularly in regard to: Social values and attitudes; Human dimensions of wildlife; Human-wildlife interactions, and carnivore-related conflict; Parks and protected areas management; Noncompliance Environmental and social well-being (e.g., food security, psychological benefits of nature); multilevel approaches to the role of humans in social-ecological systems; Methods (e.g., survey techniques, geospatial applications, multilevel modeling, item-response bias)

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