Conservation Science (Conserv. Sci.) is a peer-reviewed open access journal devoted to the dissemination of up-to-date knowledge about the global, regional and national conservation issues and the ways to tackle them. The journal promotes interdisciplinary research that has strong implications for the conservation of nature.
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Vol 4, No 1 (2016): Conservation Science
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Patterns of Human-Wildlife Conflict and People’s Perception towards Compensation Program in Nilambur, Southern Western Ghats, India
Chelat Kandari Rohini, Tharemmal Aravindan, Karumampoyil Sakthidas Anoop Das, Pandanchery Arogyam Vinayan