Alumnus

Steve Redpath

Adjunct Faculty, High Altitudes

2007- Chair in Conservation Science, Aberdeen University. 2008-2011 Director of ACES 1997-2007 Research Scientist at CEH, Banchory. 1990-1997 Research Scientist at ITE, Monks Wood. 1985-1989 PhD Leeds University. 1982-1985 BSc (Ecology) Leeds University. Research Interests My core research interests lie in conservation and ecology. My work has focused on long-term and large-scale field systems, using experiments to tease out the impact of population processes and land use on individual behaviour, populations and communities. Current research is on conservation conflicts - how do we enable coexistence between livelihoods and biodiversity conservation? http://www.abdn.ac.uk/ibes/people/profiles/s.redpath email: s.redpath@abdn.ac.uk

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Publications

Journal Article

2020

Understanding people’s responses toward predators in the Indian Himalaya

Journal Article

2020

Beyond conflict: exploring the spectrum of human–wildlife interactions and their underlying mechanisms

Book

2020

Partners Guide for Trainers

Journal Article

2019

Changing use of ecosystem services along a rural-urban continuum in the Indian Trans-Himalayas

Journal Article

2017

Impact of wild prey availability on livestock predation by snow leopards. 

Dataset

2017

Data from: Impact of wild prey availability on livestock predation by snow leopards

Journal Article

2017

The value of ecosystem services in the high altitude Spiti Valley, Indian Trans-Himalaya

Journal Article

2016

The Relationship Between Religion and Attitudes Toward Large Carnivores in Northern India?

Book Chapter

2016

Livestock Predation by Snow Leopards: Conflicts and the Search for Solutions

Dataset

2014

Multiscale factors affecting human attitudes toward snow leopards and wolves. Dryad Digital Repository.

Journal Article

2014

Tilting at wildlife: reconsidering human–wildlife conflict

Journal Article

2014

Multi-scale factors influencing human attitudes towards snow leopards and wolves.

Journal Article

2013

People, predators and perceptions: patterns of livestock depredation by snow leopards and wolves.