Jennie Miller

About Jennie Miller

Jennie Miller is a Visiting Scholar in the Department of Ecology and Evolution at Cornell University and a Research Affiliate at the Wildlife Institute of India. She earned her PhD from the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies, where she studied the spatial patterns and human perceptions of tiger and leopard attacks on livestock in India. Her research explores interactions between carnivores and people and develops science-based tools for helping local stakeholders coexist alongside wildlife. For more: http://www.jennie-miller.com.

Mapping tiger attack hotspots to reduce conflict

2016-10-14T10:10:41+00:00 March 16th, 2015|

The regions around protected areas, which often include or feed into crucial corridors, can be sites of intense human-wildlife conflict. Abrupt boundaries between natural habitat and human-dominated landscapes can facilitate large carnivores attacks on livestock, [...]