Graham McCulloch

Graham McCulloch

Ecoexist Trust

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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