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Recent work on wolves

Santiago-Ávila FJ, Agan S, W.,, Hinton JW, Treves A. 2022. Evaluating how management policies affect red wolf mortality and disappearance. Royal Society Open Science. in press.

Treves, A., Louchouarn, N.X. 2022. Uncertainty and precaution in hunting wolves twice in a year. PLoS One, 2022. 17(3): e0259604.

Treves, A., F.J. Santiago-Ávila, and K. Putrevu 2021. Quantifying the effects of delisting wolves after the first state began lethal management. PeerJ, 9:e11666, doc 10.7717/peerj.11666.

The DNR and NRB documents we cited from 2021.

The Supplementary Information from Treves & Louchouarn 2022.

Santiago-Ávila, F.J. & Treves, A. 2022.Poaching of protected wolves fluctuated seasonally and with non-wolf hunting. Scientific Reports 12:e1738. doi 10.1038/s41598-022-05679-w.

Other recent research Louchouarn, N.X., Treves, A. in review.Low-stress livestock handling protects cattle in a five-predator habitat. pre-print at

Treves, A.,Bruskotter, J.T., Elbroch, M.L. 2022. A review of fact claims about liberalizing the killing of wolves. pre-proof under review.

Treves, A., C. Batavia 2021. Improved disclosures of non-financial competing interests would promote independent review. Academia Letters, 2021. Article 514: p. 1-9.

Louchouarn NX, Santiago-Ávila FJ, Parsons DR, Treves A. 2021. Evaluating how lethal management affects poaching of Mexican wolves. Royal Society Open Science 8 (registered report):: e2003300.

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