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CERPAM–IE–SIME/SUAMME. 2007 - Loup Elevage – S’ouvrir à la complexité… - Acte du séminaire - éléments techniques sur l’adaptation des élevages aux risques de prédation en France - 248p.

CERPAM-OIER-Suamme-Adem-DDTM 04 05 06 38 73 - Idele. 2013 - Techniques pastorales – Protection des troupeaux contre la prédation – 310p.

Coppinger, R., L. Coppinger, G. Langeloh, L. Gettler, and J. Lorenz. 1988. A decade of use of livestock guarding dogs. Pages 209-214 in A. C. Crabb and R. E. Marsh, editors. 13th Proceedings of the Vertebrate Pest Conference. University of California, Davis, USA.

Espuno, N. 2004. Impact du loup (Canis lupus) sur les ongulés sauvages et les ongulés domestiques dans le massif du Mercantour. Thèse de doctorat, Université Montpellier II. 221 pp.

Gehring, T.M., K.C. VerCauteren and J.-M. Landry. 2010. Livestock protection dogs in the 21st Century : Is an ancient tool revelant to modern conservation challanges. Bioscience 60 (4) : 299-308.

Landry J-M. 2001 Le loup. Delachaux et Niestlé. Lausanne

Landry, J.-M. 2013 Analyses comportementales des interactions entre des chiens de protection et des loups dans le parc national du Mercantour. Rapport pour le Ministère de l’Agriculture et de la Pêche.

Linhart, S.B., R.T Sterner, T.C. Carrigan, and D.R. Henne. 1979 Komondor guard dogsreduce sheep losses to coyotes : a preliminary evaluation. Journal of Range Management 32 238-241.

MAAP – MEEDDM – 2010 - Evaluation de la situation relative à l'utilisation des chiens de protection des troupeaux contre la prédation – 108 p.

MAAPAR – MEDD. Plan sd'Action sur le Loup 2004 -2008 / 2008-2012

McGrew and C. S. Blackesley. 1982. How Komondor dogs reduce sheep losses to coyotes. Journal of Range Management 35:693-696.

Plan d’action national loup 2013-2017. Ministère de l’Ecologie, du Développement durable et de l’Energie et Ministère de l’agriculture, de l’Agroalimentaire et de la pêche. 68 p.

Plisson, A.-L. 2011. Etude de la vulnérabilité à la prédation du loup des troupeaux ovins dans le parc naturel régional du Queyras. Travail de Mémoire. Ministère de l’enseignement supérieur et de la recherche. Ecole pratique des Hautes Ecole. 89 p.

Wick P, 1998. Le chien de protection sur troupeau ovin, Artus, LIFE, 15 p.

Wooding, A. 2004. Sensibilité face aux attaques de loups : Confrontation entre un modèle de sensibilité théorique(CEMAGREF) et sensibilité observée (constats d’attaques de loups). Stage de Master I. Université Joseph Fourier. 14 p.

Films documentaires

Titre
Hiver nomade
Description
Film sur la transhumance hivernale - 1h30
Date
2013
Auteur
M. von Stürler

Titre
Le lynx, le loup et nous
Description
Documentaire sur le rapport des hommes au lynx et au loup - 52 min
Date
2012
Auteur
V. Mermod-Gasser

Titre
Les Gardiens de nos Troupeaux
Description
Film d’information sur les chiens de protection - 9 min
Date
2010
Auteur
P.-A. Combre

Titre
Des Bêtes et des Hommes
Description
Film sur la problématique des grands prédateurs en France - 52 min
Date
2009
Auteur
M. Tonelli

Titre
Entre Chiens et Loups
Description
Film en caméra thermique sur les interactions loups/CPT - 52 min
Date
2004
Auteur
S. Menoud
Commander le DVD sur le site Internet du PN Mercantour

Lettre InfoLoup

Titre
InfoLoup - La lettre d'information du Plan Loup
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En tant que Préfet coordonnateur du plan d’action national loup, le Préfet de la région Rhône-Alpes a souhaité mettre en place une lettre d’information sur le loup destinée aux services de l’État et aux acteurs concernés par le loup afin d’apporter un éclairage sur les dispositifs ou les points d’actualité relatifs à ce sujet.
Auteur
DREAL Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes

Bulletin Loup du réseau

Titre
Bulletin d'information du réseau Loup
Période
Depuis 1998
Auteur
Réseau Loup-Lynx (ONCFS)

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Les éleveurs face au loup

Eleveurs & Montagnes

Centre d’Etude et de Réalisations Pastorales Alpes Méditerranée

Association française de pastoralisme

Maison pyrénéenne du pastoralisme

La transhumance entre Lot et Cantal

Maison de la transhumance

Coordination nationale pour la protection des troupeaux - Suisse

Centre de formation du Merle

Family Dog Project

Clever Dog Lab

University of Lincoln - Animal Behaviour Clinic

Association ORTROS (Espagne)

Cão de gado - Projet portugais

Site turc sur le Karabash

ONCFS - Office National de la Chasse et de la Faune Sauvage

Le site de l'État consacré au loup

LCIE - Large Carnivore Initiative for Europe

Wolf Science Center

International Wolf Center

Parc Alpha - Mercantour (06)

Parc animalier de Sainte-Croix (57)

Carnivore Ecology & Conservation

LIFE MEDWOLF

LIFE WOLFALPS

LIFE HIBRIWOLF

Centre de sciences des comportements canins - Université de Padova (Italie)

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Carnivore Damage Prevention News


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CDP News #12 - Spring 2016

31 p.

  • LIFE DINALP BEAR: a project to increase tolerance toward bears through conflict mitigation and the development of a population management approach
  • COMPARISON OF THE OCCURRENCE OF HUMAN-BEAR CONFLICTS between the northern Dinaric Mountains and the south-eastern Alps
  • HOW TO PREVENT DAMAGES FROM BEARS ON BEEHIVES: the practice of the Swiss system
  • PILOT PROJECT ON WASTE MANAGEMENT AND BROWN BEAR DAMAGE PREVENTION in the Val Müstair Biosphere Natural Park
  • EFFECTIVENESS OF BROWN BEAR DAMAGE PROTECTION MEASURES to protect apiaries in the Cantabrian Mountains
  • ASSESSING THE EFFICACY OF ELECTRIC FENCES to prevent bear damage in Italy
  • RESULTS OF THE LIFE ARCTOS/KASTORIA PROJECT
  • BEAR MANAGEMENT: the case of a bear attack on human in Trentino, Italy
  • DEFINING, PREVENTING AND REACTING to problem bear behaviour in Europe

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CDP News #11 - Winter 2015

25 p.

  • Dialogue to reduce conflicts
  • Are wolverines doomed to live in eternal conflict?
  • How can an inexperienced person performing civilian service support farmers to protect livestock...
  • Herd protection in the northwestern Swiss Prealps 2009-2013
  • Sheep farming in France: facing the return of the wolf
  • Eurasian lynx depredation on sheep in Norway: summarizing 20 years of research
  • People and jaguars coexistence project: understanding and increasing tolerance to big cats in Brazil

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CDP News #10 - Spring 2014

52 p.

  • Med-Wolf - A new project to decrease man-wolf conflicts in Mediterranean-type areas
  • Recovering traditional husbandry practices to reduce wolf predation on free-ranging cattle in Iberia
  • Management and conservation of wolves in Asturias, NW Spain - Is population control justified...
  • Sheep pastures in the Valais - Sustainability, management structures
  • Alternatives to livestock guarding dogs - Llamas, donkeys, fence-systems and aversive conditioning...
  • The CanOvis project - Studying internal and external factors that may influence livestock guarding dogs’ efficiency...
  • Livestock guarding dogs in Europe - paying attention to the context is important...
  • An innovative approach to mitigate the conflict between large carnivore conservation and local communities
  • Use of dogs in the mediation of conservation conflicts

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CDP News #09 - December 2005

48 p.

  • Livestock Guarding Dogs: from the Transhumance to Pre-Zygotic Selection
  • What is Wrong with Romanian Livestock Guarding Dogs?
  • The Karakachan Dog – Continuation of an Old Bulgarian Tradition
  • Providing Livestock Guarding Dogs and Compensation of Livestock Losses Caused by Large Carnivores in Bulgaria
  • Livestock Guardian Dogs Protect Sheep in the Alberta Foothills, Canada
  • The Use of Livestock Guarding Dogs in Portugal
  • Briefing on the Re-Introduction of LGDs in Catalonia (Spain)
  • The Institutionalisation of Livestock Protection in the Alps with respect to the Small Scale Agriculture of Switzerland
  • Experiences with the Maremmano-Abruzzese as a Livestock Guarding Dog in Switzerland

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CDP News #08 - January 2005

51 p.

  • Use of livestock guarding dogs in Norway – a review of the effectiveness of different methods
  • Livestock Guarding Dogs in Sweden: a Preliminary Report
  • Use of Tatra Mountain Shepherd Dog in the Bieszczady Mountains
  • Livestock Guarding Dogs in the Western Part of the Polish Carpathians
  • Livestock Depredation and Livestock Guarding Dogs in Slovakia
  • Using Livestock Guarding Dogs as a Conflict Resolution Strategy on Namibian Farms
  • Livestock Guard Dogs and Wolves in the Northern Rocky Mountains of the United States
  • Livestock guarding dogs: a new experience for Switzerland

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CDP News #07 - July 2004

20 p.

  • Recovering the Use of Livestock Guarding Dogs in Portugal: Results of a Long-Term Action
  • Influence of Large Carnivores on the Distribution of Excreta by Sheep on a summer pasture, in the NW-Italian Alps
  • King Collar: Predator Protection Collars for Small Livestock
  • Bringing Insight into Livestock Depredation by Wolves in Southwestern Alberta, Canada
  • Reduced Wolf Attacks on Sheep in Ostfold, Norway, using Electric Fencing
  • A Simple Carnivore Improvement of Existing Sheep Fencing

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CDP News #06 - February 2003

20 p.

  • Compensation and predator conservation: limitations of compensation
  • Wolf damage compensation in Spain
  • Snow leopards and local livelihoods: managing the emerging conflicts through an insurance scheme
  • Compensation for large carnivore depredation of domestic sheep 1994-2001
  • Saving the Central Asian leopard in Turkmenistan
  • South African cheetah compensation fund
  • A short-lived wolf depredation compensation program in Israel
  • Life Starter Project. Call for opinions

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CDP News #05 - May 2002

20 p.

  • Testing and Implementing the Use of Electric Fences for Night Corrals in Romania
  • How to Prevent Damage from Large Predators with Electric Fences
  • Electric Fencing for Predator Protection in Alberta
  • Electric Fencing and Carnivore Damage Prevention
  • Operation of Electric Fences: Some Practical Advise
  • Fence Systems and Testing of Grounding Systems: Some Practical Advice

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CDP News #04 - October 2001

16 p.

  • Encouraging Local Participation in Efforts to Reduce Livestock Depredation by Snow Leopard and Wolf in Ladakh, India
  • Factors Influencing Lynx Depredation on Sheep in France: Problem Individuals and Habitat
  • Procedure to Selectively Remove Stock Raiding Lynx in Switzerland
  • Experiences of 10 Years of Damage Prevention for Brown Bears in Austria
  • Carnivore Damage to Livestock in Romania
  • Statistics of Damage Caused by Large Carnivore in Europe

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CDP News #03 - July 2001

16 p.

  • Managing wolf conflict with livestock in the Northwestern United States
  • Compensation for livestock kills by tigers and leopards in Russia
  • Electric fencing of fallow deers enclosures in Switzerland – a predator proof method
  • Man-eating leopards - status and ecology of leopard in Pauri Garhwal, India
  • Abstracts of the 19th Vertebrate Pest Conference, San Diego 6-9 March 2000

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CDP News #02 - November 2000

12 p.

  • Experimental Application of Conditioned Taste Aversion (CTA) to Large Carnivores
  • Taste aversive conditioning: a comment
  • Problems in damage prevention in Romania
  • Electrical fences against large predators
  • Donkeys protecting livestock in Namibia
  • Wolf return in Switzerland: a project to solve conflicts
  • Who did it? Age and sex specific depredation rates of Eurasian lynx on domestic sheep

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CDP News #01 - March 2000

12 p.

  • Education of Wildlife Damage Inspectors in Sweden
  • Preventing Wolf Predation on Livestock with Light-Mobile Barriers
  • Electric Fences and Fladries in Romania
  • Norwegian Brown Bears: Holders of an Unwanted World Record
  • Large Carnivore Damage in Spain
  • Testing Livestock Guard Donkeys in the Swiss Alps
  • Should Life condition all co-financing of compensation systems to the use of preventive methods?
  • The Recovery of Livestock Guarding Dogs’ use and the Iberian Wolf Conservation in Portugal - Promising results

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