The Wolf Intelligencer


United States – Mexico Border / Wildlife Impact

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Lasky, J.R., W. Jetz, and T.H. Keitt, 2011. Conservation biogeography of the US–Mexico border: a transcontinental risk assessment of barriers to animal dispersal. Diversity and Distributions 17:673–687. doi:10.1111/j.1472-4642.2011.00765.x.

List, R. 2007. The impacts of the border fence on wild mammals. Pp. 77–86 in A Barrier to our Shared Environment: The Border Wall between Mexico and the United States (A. Co´rdova and C.A. de la Parra, eds.). SEMARNAT, Instituto Nacional de Ecologı´a, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte, México D.F., México.

Malcom, J.W., and L. Ya-Wei.  2015.  Data contradict common perceptions about a controversial provision of the US Endangered Species Act. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112:15844-15849.

Marris, E . 2006. Wildlife caught in crossfire of US immigration battle. Nature 442:338–339.

McCallum J.W., Rowcliffe J.M., Cuthill I.C. 2014. Conservation on international boundaries: the impact of security barriers on selected terrestrial mammals in four protected areas in Arizona, USA. PLoS ONE 9:e93679. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0093679.

Quijada-Mascarañas, A., C.V. Ripper III, D.L. James, L. López-Hoffman, C. Sharp, R. Gimblett, M.L. Scott, L. M. Norman, R. Madellín, J.B, Callegary, R. List,  C.A.A. Wallace, P. Holm, E. Glenn, J. Leenhouts, T. Wsque, M. Culvert, R. Webb, R.J. Steidl, M.L. Villarreal, P. Nagler, W. Lacknner, M. Strum, R. Castillo-Gamez, y G. Ceballos. 2012. Desarrollo de un programa de monitoreo a nivel del ecosistema en muro fronterizo México-Estados Unidos. Pp. 157-177 en El muro fronterizo entre México y Estados Unidos. Espacios, instrumentos y actores para un diálogo constructivo (A. Córdova y C. A. de la Parra, eds.). El Colegio de la Frontera Norte, Tijuana, B.C.

Spangle, S.L. 2007. Biological opinion 22410-2007-F-0416: pedestrian fence projects at Sasabe, Nogales, and Naco-Douglas, Arizona. United States Fish and Wildlife Service, Phoenix, Arizona.

Trouwborst, A., F. Fleurke, and J. Dubrulle. 2016. Border fences and their impacts on large carnivores, large herbivores and biodiversity: an international wildlife law perspective (October 4, 2016). Review of European, Comparative and International Environmental Law 25(3). Tilburg Law School Research Paper No. 19/2016. Available at SSRN: