Human-wildlife coexistence in shared landscapes: Innovations in science, technology, and policy

Human-wildlife coexistence in shared landscapes: Innovations in science, technology, and policy

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Jennie Miller is a wildlife ecologist and conservation scientist who studies human-wildlife coexistence and the costs and effectiveness of approaches for protecting biodiversity globally. She also conducts research and publishes on diverse topics related to threatened and endangered species conservation, including human-wildlife conflict and coexistence, conservation methods effectiveness, transboundary conservation and protected area management.

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George Mason University
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Jennie Miller
Senior Scientist

As a Senior Scientist with the Center for Conservation Innovation, Jennie provides critical science support across Defenders.