Scientific Publications

2017

Leela Hazzah, Alistair Bath, Stephanie Dolrenry, Amy Dickman and Laurence Frank – From Attitudes to Actions: Predictors of Lion Killing by Maasai Warriors PLOS one

2016

Stephanie Dolrenry, Leela Hazzah and Laurence G. Frank – Conservation and Monitoring of a Persecuted African lion population by Maasai warriors Conservation Biology

2015

Sarah M. Durant, Matthew S. Becker, Scott Creel, Sultana Bashir, Amy J. Dickman, Roseline C. Beudels-Jamar, Laly Lichtenfeld, Ray Hilborn, Jake Wall, George Wittemyer, Lkhagvasuren Badamjav, Stephen Blake, Luigi Boitani,Christine Breitenmoser, Femke Broekhuis, David Christianson, Gabriele Cozzi, Tim R. B. Davenport, James Deutsch, Pierre Devillers, Luke Dollar, Stephanie Dolrenry, Iain Douglas-Hamilton, Egil Droge, Emily FitzHerbert, Charles Foley, Leela Hazzah, J. Grant C. Hopcraft, Dennis Ikanda, Andrew Jacobson, Dereck Joubert, Marcella J. Kelly, James Milanzi, Nicholas Mitchell, Jassiel M’Soka,Maurus Msuha, Thandiwe Mweetwa, Julius Nyahongo, Elias Rosenblatt, Paul Schuette, Claudio Sillero-Zubiri, Anthony R. E. Sinclair, Mark R. Stanley Price, Alexandra Zimmermann6 and Nathalie Pettorelli – Developing fencing policies for dryland ecosystems Journal of Applied Ecology

2014

Hazzah L., Dolrenry S., Naughton L., Edwards C., Mwebi O., Kearney F., Frank L., – Efficacy of Two Lion Conservation Programs in Maasailand, Kenya Conservation Biology

Dolrenry S., Stenglein J., Hazzah L., Lutz RS., Frank L. – A Metapopulation Approach to African Lion (Panthera leo) Conservation
PLOS ONE

2013

Dolrenry, S. – African lion (Panthera leo) behavior, monitoring, and survival in human-dominated landscapes – Environment and Resources, Nelson Institute for the Environment; PhD dissertation. University of Wisconsin, Madison.

2011

Lalah, J. O., Otieno, P. O., Richards, N., Odino, M., Frank, L., Cotterill, A., Dolrenry, S., Hazzah, L., Ogada, D., Virani, M. Z. and Martins, D. J. – A Chronicling of Long‐Standing Carbofuran Use and its Menace to Wildlife in Kenya – Global Perspectives and Forensic Approaches

2010

Borgerhoff Mulder, M., Fazzio, I., Irons, W., McElreath, R. L., Bowles, S., Bell, A., Hertz, T., and Hazzah, L. – Pastoralism and wealth inequality: revisiting an old questionCurrent Anthropology

2009

2007

Hazzah, L., Dolrenry S. – Coexisting with predators – Seminar

2006

Hazzah, L. – Living among lions (Panthera leo): coexistence or killing? Community attitudes towards conservation initiatives and the motivations behind lion killing in Kenyan Maasailand – Conservation Biology and Sustainable Development, Nelson Institute for the Environment; MSc Thesis. University of Wisconsin, Madison.