• Assessing Africa-wide pangolin exploitation by scaling local data 

      Ingram, Daniel J.; Coad, Lauren; Abernethy, Katharine A.; Maisels, Fiona; Stokes, Emma J.; Bobo, Kadiri S.; Breuer, Thomas; Gandiwa, Edson; Ghiurghi, Andrea; Greengrass, Elizabeth; Holmern, Tomas; Kamgaing, Towa O.W.; Ndong Obiang, Anne-Marie; Poulsen, John R.; Schleicher, Judith; Nielsen, Martin R.; Solly, Hilary; Vath, Carrie L.; Waltert, Matthias; Whitham, Charlotte E.L.; Wilkie, David S.; Scharlemann, Jörn P.W. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      Overexploitation is one of the main pressures driving wildlife closer to extinction, yet broad‐scale data to evaluate species’ declines are limited. Using African pangolins (Family: Pholidota) as a case study, we demonstrate ...
    • Behavioural and demographic changes in impala populations after 15 years of improved conservation management 

      Flølo, Linn Marie; Hunninck, Louis Marcel; May, Roelof Frans; Jackson, Craig Ryan; Setsaas, Trine Hay; Holmern, Tomas; Røskaft, Eivin (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
      Many protected areas (PAs) have been created globally in response to the dramatic human- induced decline in biodiversity. However, not all PAs successfully preserve their biodiversity and continued monitoring is vital to ...
    • Bushmeat hunting in the western Serengeti: Implications for community-based conservation 

      Holmern, Tomas (Doktoravhandlinger ved NTNU, 1503-8181; 2007:66, Doctoral thesis, 2007)
      Bushmeat hunting is identified as the major threat to wildlife in sub-Saharan Africa. The trade which includes both rural and urban dwellers is linked to deforestation, and especially the development of roads, which has ...
    • Human habituation reduces hyrax flight initiation distance in Serengeti 

      Mbise, Franco Peniel; Fredriksen, Kari-Elise; Ranke, Peter Sjolte; Jackson, Craig Ryan; Fyumagwa, Robert D.; Holmern, Tomas; Fossøy, Frode; Røskaft, Eivin (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Many animal populations are exposed to disturbance originating from human activities. In response to human disturbance, certain animals display a variety of potentially costly behavioural responses, such as increased ...