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Treves, A.,Bruskotter, J.T. 2021.A review of the effects of liberalizing the killing of wolves. Submitted as comments for various public comment periods requested by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service and states as these prepare to make rules and complete reviews.Also find here a version with endnotes and a brief executive summary.

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.

Treves A, Paquet PC, Artelle KA, Cornman AM, Krofel M, Darimont CT. 2021. Transparency about values and assertions of fact in natural resource management. Frontiers in Conservation Science: Human-Wildlife Dynamics, 2:e631998, doc 10.3389/fcosc.2021.631998.

For a short elevator speech and abstract, click here.

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

Agan, S.W., A. Treves, and E.L. Willey 2021. Estimating poaching risk for the critically endangered wild red wolf (Canis rufus). PLoS One, 2021. 16(5):e0244261. DOI 10.1371.

Agan, S.W., A. Treves, and E.L. Willey 2021. Majority positive attitudes cannot protect red wolves (Canis rufus) from a minority willing to kill illegally. Biological Conservation 109321. DOI

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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