New CABI case studies
Animal Behaviour and Welfare Cases - case studies from CABI
Animal Behaviour and Welfare Cases are practical, real-life examples of animal behaviour and welfare in practice written by leading international practitioners and academics. They are designed as an educational resource for students, researchers, and practitioners to share experiences and expertise.
The Assessment of Animal Personality and Its Uses for Improving Zoo Animal Welfare by Carly Chadwick (from the open special issue Zoo Welfare Challenges)
Reintroducing a Kitten to a Resident Senior Cat by Sally Chamberlain
Advantages for authors:
- Case studies are no longer than 5,000 words and may count towards CPD
- Peer-reviewed and citable
- Authors receive £100/$140/€120 per published case
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