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Introducing conservation criminology: Towards interdisciplinary scholarship on environmental crimes and risks
C Gibbs, ML Gore, EF McGarrell, L Rivers III
The British Journal of Criminology 50 (1), 124-144, 2010
3772010
Australian and US news media portrayal of sharks and their conservation
BA Muter, ML Gore, KS Gledhill, C Lamont, C Huveneers
Conservation Biology 27 (1), 187-196, 2013
2292013
Beyond the cooking pot and pocket book: Factors influencing noncompliance with wildlife poaching rules
JS Kahler, ML Gore
International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice 36 (2 …, 2012
1672012
Effects on risk perception of media coverage of a black bear‐related human fatality
ML Gore, WF Siemer, JE Shanahan, D Schuefele, DJ Decker
Wildlife Society Bulletin 33 (2), 507-516, 2005
1572005
Education programs for reducing American black bear–human conflict: indicators of success?
ML Gore, BA Knuth, PD Curtis, JE Shanahan
Ursus 17 (1), 75-80, 2006
1462006
Evaluating a conservation investment designed to reduce human–wildlife conflict
ML Gore, BA Knuth, CW Scherer, PD Curtis
Conservation Letters 1 (3), 136-145, 2008
1222008
Mass media effect on the operating environment of a wildlife‐related risk‐communication campaign
ML Gore, BA Knuth
The Journal of Wildlife Management 73 (8), 1407-1413, 2009
1172009
A conceptual framework for understanding illegal killing of large carnivores
NH Carter, JV López-Bao, JT Bruskotter, M Gore, G Chapron, A Johnson, ...
Ambio 46, 251-264, 2017
1152017
Stakeholder perceptions of risk associated with human‐black bear conflicts in New York's Adirondack Park campgrounds: implications for theory and practice
ML Gore, BA Knuth, PD Curtis, JE Shanahan
Wildlife Society Bulletin 34 (1), 36-43, 2006
1082006
Detecting and understanding non-compliance with conservation rules
JN Solomon, MC Gavin, ML Gore
Biological Conservation 189, 1-4, 2015
1042015
Gendered risk perceptions associated with human-wildlife conflict: implications for participatory conservation
ML Gore, JS Kahler
PLoS One 7 (3), e32901, 2012
982012
Poaching risks in community‐based natural resource management
JS Kahler, GJ Roloff, ML Gore
Conservation Biology 27 (1), 177-186, 2013
952013
Moral dimensions of human–wildlife conflict
ML Lute, CD Navarrete, MP Nelson, ML Gore
Conservation Biology 30 (6), 1200-1211, 2016
842016
Rethinking corruption in conservation crime: insights from Madagascar
ML Gore, J Ratsimbazafy, ML Lute
Conservation Letters 6 (6), 430-438, 2013
842013
Local perceptions of risk associated with poaching of wildlife implicated in human-wildlife conflicts in Namibia
JS Kahler, ML Gore
Biological Conservation 189, 49-58, 2015
822015
Application of risk concepts to wildlife management: Special issue introduction
ML Gore, RS Wilson, WF Siemer, H Wieczorek Hudenko, CE Clarke, ...
Human Dimensions of Wildlife 14 (5), 301-313, 2009
822009
Identity-driven differences in stakeholder concerns about hunting wolves
ML Lute, A Bump, ML Gore
PLoS one 9 (12), e114460, 2014
732014
Transnational environmental crime threatens sustainable development
ML Gore, P Braszak, J Brown, P Cassey, R Duffy, J Fisher, J Graham, ...
Nature Sustainability 2 (9), 784-786, 2019
622019
Factors influencing risk perception associated with human–black bear conflict
ML Gore, BA Knuth, PD Curtis, JE Shanahan
Taylor & Francis Group 12 (2), 133-136, 2007
622007
From victim to perpetrator: evolution of risk frames related to human–cormorant conflict in the Great Lakes
BA Muter, ML Gore, SJ Riley
Human Dimensions of Wildlife 14 (5), 366-379, 2009
612009
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