Tag archive for uncertainty

Erotica, Vaccines, Elections and Norse Gods: Emotional reactions to complexity are complicated

By Sam Lloyd The ICCS group works across the world on a dizzying breadth of projects but to my mind there is one theme that links them all, social situations are complicated and your actions often have unintended consequences. This sounds like a bit of…

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Conserving the Serengeti under uncertainty

Posted by Ana Nuno, who recently completed her PhD with ICCS. Some time ago I blogged about my PhD research on managing social-ecological systems under uncertainty. I used the conservation of harvested ungulate species in the Serengeti, Tanzania, as a case study to investigate the importance of…

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How to better count animals in the Serengeti?

Posted by Ana Nuno The Serengeti is one of the most visited protected areas in the world. This ecosystem is particularly famous for the annual migration of around 1.8 million wildebeest, zebra and gazelles, making us wonder about a time when more wildlife could roam free across…

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Annabelle Bladon

a.bladon12 @ imperial.ac.uk Skype: annabelle.bladon Twitter: @ajbladon Background and Current Research I am an interdisciplinary conservation scientist interested in the social and ecological challenges of sustainable fisheries management. I focus on the design, implementation and evaluation of management policies and interventions, with particular expertise in data-poor,…

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Professor E.J. Milner-Gulland

Professor in Conservation Science

My research is at the interface between ecology and human behaviour. I am motivated both by the challenge of understanding the dynamics of ecological and social systems and by the desire to ensure that our interventions…

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Ana Nuno

PhD student

My broad research interests are focused at understanding human-wildlife interactions and anthropogenic drivers of biodiversity change in order to minimize conflict and to support sustainable use of wildlife resources…

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