Treves, A., F.J. Santiago-Ávila, and K. Putrevu 2021. Quantifying the effects of delisting wolves after the first state began lethal management. PeerJin press.
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. Doin 10.1371.
Louchouarn NX, Santiago-Ávila FJ, Parsons DR, Treves A. in press. Evaluating how lethal management affects poaching of Mexican wolves. Royal Society Open Science 8 (registered report):: 2003300.
And for a video to help explain the findings click here.
In 2018, we published our ethic of public trusteeship, non-anthropocentric, multispecies justice that presents a method to give voice to future generations and to nonhumans when decisions are made to allocate or preserve nature. Start here with the original article Treves, A., Santiago-Ávila, F., Lynn, W.S. (equal co-authors) 2018. Just Preservation. Biological Conservation 229: 134-141.
The newest discussion of Just Preservation played out in 2021 in in the journal Animal Sentience, which included commentaries by several dozen colleagues and our replies to each: F.J. Santiago-Ávila, A. Treves (equal co-authors), W.S. Lynn, Just preservation, trusteeship and multispecies justice. Animal Sentience 393. This continues our work on trusteeship, legal standing for nonhumans, and future generations, and equitable consideration of nonhumans as members of our moral community.
Carroll, C. Carroll, C., Rohlf, D.J., von Holdt, B.M., Treves, A., Hendricks, S.A. 2020. Wolf delisting challenges demonstrate need for an improved framework for conserving intraspecific variation under the Endangered Species Act. Bioscience biaa125,1-12. doi:10.1093/biosci/biaa125. .
Darimont, C.T., Hall, H., Mihalik, I., Artelle, K.A., Eckert, L., Paquet, P. Large carnivore hunting and the social license to hunt. Conservation Biology. https://doi.org/10.1111/cobi.13657.
Santiago-Ávila, F.J., Chappell, R.J., Treves, A., 2020. Liberalizing the killing of endangered wolves was associated with more disappearances of collared individuals in Wisconsin, USA. Scientific Reports 10:13881.