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

Publications

Journal Article

2019

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

Journal Article

2017

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

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

Book Chapter

2016

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

Journal Article

2016

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

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.