Dataset on environmental education & perceptions of culturally taboo wildlife
datasetmodified on 2021-02-17, 12:42
Data, code, and supplementary information for
Williams, S.T., Williams, K.S., Constant, N.L., Swanepoel, L.H., Taylor, P.J., Belmain, S.R., Evans, S.W. (in review) Low-intensity environmental education can enhance perceptions of culturally taboo wildlife.
This research forms part of the EcoRodMan project (https://ecorodman.nri.org).
For further information contact Sam WIlliams (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Lourens Swanepoel (email@example.com).
Postdoctoral grant from the University of Venda
Durham University COFUND research fellowship
National Research Foundation
Department of Science and Technology through the South African Research Chair on Biodiversity Value and Change (Grant No. 87311)
Postdoctoral grant administered by the National Research Foundation under the South African Research Chair on Biodiversity Value and Change at the University of Venda
National Research Foundation of South Africa (Grant No. 107099)
University of Venda
European Union 9th European Development Fund grant from the African Caribbean and Pacific Science and Technology Programme (StopRats: FED/2013/330-223)
African Union grant (EcoRodMan: AURGII/1/006/2016)
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