Graham McCulloch

Graham McCulloch

Ecoexist Trust and Department of Zoology, University of Oxford

Research Interests

One of the greatest challenges in wildlife conservation today is addressing the rising levels of uman-wildlife conflict, which can lead to catastrophic mortalities among wildlife populations and growing negative perceptions among communities that live with wildlife. The Ecoexist Project aims to reduce human-elephant conflicts (HEC) and foster coexistence between humans and elephants through a number of focused, integrated management tools and strategies that provide immediate and long-term solutions. Students will be working as part of an interdisciplinary research team investigating various ecological and social aspects of human-elephant conflict in northern Botswana.

Associated Research Streams

conservation, human-wildlife conflict, ecology, biodiversity, policy

Graham McCulloch Identifying elephants from the air during a GPS collar deployment exercise in northern Botswana

Contact information

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    Ecoexist Trust,
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