Peter Lindsey’s Publications
Lindsey, P. Balme, G., Midlane, N. & Chardonnet, P. In prep. Insights into factors affecting the sustainability of the trophy hunting of African lions
Lindsey, P. In prep. Put and take lion hunting in South Africa: impacts on the hunting and conservation of lions elsewhere on the continent
Nelson, F., Lindsey, P. & Balme, G. In prep. The eye of the storm: Tanzania and the trophy hunting of lions.
Swanepoel, L., Dalerum, F. & Lindsey, P. In prep. Projected populations impacts of multiple forms of human harvests of leopards outside of protected areas in South Africa.
Lindsey, P., Balme, G., Midlane, N. & Booth, V. In prep. The significance of African lions for the economic viability of trophy hunting and wildlife-based land uses in Africa. Submitted.
Funston, P.J., Groom, R.J., Lindsey, P.A. 2011. Balancing financial and conservation imperatives: trade-offs associated with maintaining large predator populations and profitable trophy hunting enterprises in a semi-protected African savanna environment. Submitted: Journal of Applied Ecology
Lindsey, P., Havemann, C., Lines, R., Price, A., Retief, T., Rhebergen, T., van der Waal, C. In press. Benefits associated with wildlife-based land uses on private land in Namibia and limitations affecting their development. Oryx.
Lindsey, P., Masterson, C., Romanach, S. & Beck, A. In press. The ecological, financial and social issues associated with fencing as a conservation tool in southern Africa. Invited submission as a book chapter for forthcoming entitled, Fencing for Conservation – restriction of evolutionary potential or a riposte to threatening processes? Springer publishers.
Lindsey, P., Tambling, C., Brummer, R. , Davies-Mostert, H., Hayward, M., Marnewick, K., Parker, D. 2011. Minimum prey and area requirements of cheetahs: implications for reintroductions and management of the species as a managed metapopulation. Oryx.
Romañach, S., Lindsey, P. & Woodroffe, R. 2011. Attitudes toward predators and options for their conservation in the Ewaso Ecosystem. In, Georgadis, N, Conserving wildlife in African landscapes: Kenya’s Ewaso Ecosystem. Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press, pp 85-95.
Lindsey, P., Romañach, S., Matema, S., Matema, C., Mupamhadzi, I. and Muvengwi, J. 2011. Dynamics and underlying causes of illegal bushmeat trade in Zimbabwe. Oryx, 45(1): 84-95.
Lindsey, P., Romanach, S., Tambling, C., Chartier, K. & Groom, R. 2011. Ecological and financial impacts of illegal bushmeat trade in Zimbabwe. Oryx, 45(1): 96-111.
Lindsey, P. 2010. The future of wildlife-based land uses in Botswana. Current Conservation, 3(4): 23-24.
Lindsey, P., Romañach, S. & Davies-Mostert, H. 2009. The importance of conservancies for enhancing the conservation value of game ranch land in southern Africa. Journal of Zoology, 277: 99-105.
Lindsey, P., Romañach, S. & Davies-Mostert, H. 2009. A synthesis of early indicators of the drivers of predator conservation on private lands in South Africa. Reintroduction of Top-Order Predators, 1st edition. Chapter 15, pages 321-344 in M. Hayward and M. Somers (Eds.), Wiley-Blackwell, London.
Lindsey, P., du Toit, R. Pole, A. & Romañach, S. 2008. Savé Valley Conservancy: a large scale African experiment in cooperative wildlife management. Chapter 11, pages 163-184 in B. Child, H. Suich and A. Spenceley, “Evolution and innovation in wildlife conservation in southern Africa.” Earthscan, London.
Romañach, S.S & Lindsey, P. 2008. The effect of wild dogs during denning on game ranching activities; implications for conservation on private land. Animal Conservation, 11: 111-117.
Lindsey, P., Alexander, R., Mills, M.G.L., Woodroffe, R. & Romañach, S.S. 2007. Wildlife viewing preferences of visitors to protected areas in South Africa: implications for the role of ecotourism in conservation. Journal of Ecotourism, 6(1): 19-33.
Romañach, S.S., Woodroffe, R. & Lindsey, P.A. 2007. Determinants of peoples’ attitudes towards predators in a livestock dominated landscape. Oryx, 41(2): 185-195.
Lindsey, P., Roulet, P.A. & Romañach, S.S. 2007. Economic and conservation significance of the trophy hunting industry in sub-Saharan Africa. Biological Conservation, 134, 455-469.
Lindsey, P., Mathieson, A., Frank, L.G., & Romañach, S.S. 2007. Trophy hunting and conservation in Africa: problems and one potential solution. Conservation Biology, 21(3): 880-883.
Woodroffe, R., Lindsey, P., Romañach, S.S. & Ole Ranah, M.K. 2007. African wild dogs (Lycaon pictus) can subsist on small prey: implications for conservation. Journal of Mammalogy, 188: 181-193.
Lindsey, P., Alexander, R. Frank, L.G. & Romañach, S.S. 2006. The potential of trophy hunting to create incentives for wildlife conservation in Africa where alternative wildlife-based land uses may not be viable. Animal Conservation. 9(3): 283-298.
Woodroffe, R. Frank, L.G., Lindsey, P. ole Ranah, S, and Romañach, S. 2006. Tools for conserving large carnivores in Africa’s community rangelands: a case-control study of livestock husbandry. Biodiversity and Conservation, 16(4): 1245-1260.
Woodroffe, R., Lindsey, P., Romañach, S.S.R., Stein, A., Ole Ranah, S.M.K., 2005. Livestock predation by endangered African wild dogs (Lycaon pictus) in northern Kenya. Biological Conservation. 124: 225-234.
Lindsey, P., Alexander, R. du Toit, J.T., & Mills, M.G.L., 2005. The cost efficiency of wild dog Lycaon pictus conservation in South Africa. Conservation Biology. 19(4): 1205-1214.
Lindsey, P., du Toit, J.T. & Mills, M.G., 2005. Attitudes of ranchers towards African wild dogs Lycaon pictus: conservation implications for wild dogs on private land. Biological Conservation. 125: 113-121.
Lindsey, P., du Toit, J.T., Mills, M.G. & Alexander, R., 2005. The potential contribution of ecotourism to wild dog Lycaon pictus conservation. Biological Conservation. 123: 339-348.
Lindsey, P., du Toit, J. T., Mills, M. G. L., 2004. The distribution and population status of African wild dogs (Lycaon pictus) outside protected areas in South Africa. South African Journal of Wildlife Research, 34(2): 143-151.
Lindsey, P., du Toit, J.T., Mills, M.G.L. 2004. Area and prey requirements of wild dogs (Lycaon pictus) under varying habitat conditions: implications for reintroductions. South African Journal of Wildlife Research. 34(1): 77-86.
Lindsey, P. 2003. The conservation of the African wild dog outside of protected areas in South Africa: ecological, economic and sociological determinants of success. PhD thesis, University of Pretoria.
Taylor, W. A., Lindsey, P. A., and Skinner, J. D. 2002. The feeding ecology of the aardvark Orycteropus afer. Journal of Arid Environments. 50 (1): 135-152.
Lindsey, P. A. and Skinner, J. D. 2001. Ant composition and activity patterns as determined by pitfall trapping and other methods in three habitats in the semi-arid Karoo. Journal of Arid Environments. 48 (4): 551-568.