Some tips from a chili fence expert on how to make the most of a low-tech approach to reducing crop raiding and retaliatory killing of elephants
Articles by Sue Palminteri
A new online course aims to address the complex challenges facing conservation and development.
The MAAP project integrates a range of satellite imagery and analysis tools to detect and disclose deforestation across the Peruvian Amazon.
Handheld, palm-sized, lightweight DNA preparation and sequencing devices are coming your way soon.
Global Forest Watch enables you to monitor tree cover and forest change for your region of interest in a free online platform.
Timber tracking tech helps governments and business trace movements of wood products and verify their timber supply chains.
Invented independently by a US game bird farmer, a young African herder and an Australian sheep farmer, disruptive lights can dissuade lions and other predators from attacking livestock.
Inspiration: 10 novel ways to use drones for conservation
The iSpot web application helps further biodiversity knowledge by connecting users interested in identifying the species they capture in photos.
Light, long-lasting and low-cost: the technology needs of field conservationists and wildlife researchers
Results of an assessment of the technology needs of front-line conservationists and researchers that informs wildtech.mongabay.com
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Satellite analysis reveals tiger habitats are more intact than expected; an area large enough to double the wild tiger population remains
A field biologist explains how conservation dogs enhance our ability to understand and protect wild species.
The International Cooperation for Animal Research Using Space (ICARUS) Initiative strives to develop tiny tracking tags to follow animal movements globally to answer key conservation and human health questions.
Comprised of an aerial platform, a payload, a station, an uplink and a downlink, helium-filled balloons show potential to provide 24/7 communications and surveillance, even in remote areas.
Key features, benefits, and limitations of a free, open-source data software program with a community-based chili-fence project case study.
Six months after Cecil’s death shook the world, the scientist who had been studying the lion assesses the early days of his research, lion conservation, and the meaning of Cecil’s viral story
How are several satellite tag technologies used in tandem to track movements of an iconic and wide-ranging marine species?
The Ugalla Primate Project uses several types of drones to map the movement patterns of western Tanzania’s elusive Issa Valley chimpanzees.
New geofence system integrating solar-powered biotelemetric tags reduces California condor collisions with wind turbines.