Fusing passions for conservation: Using anthropology and ecology to aid conservation efforts
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The Applied Biodiversity Sciences Perspectives Series is a student-directed collection of contributions from graduate student and faculty members of the integrative, NSF-IGERT Applied Biodiversity Sciences (ABS) program at Texas A&M University. The ABS Perspectives Series aims to highlight the application and practice of conservation science reflected in the experiences of ABS Scholars from both the social and biological sciences. Our online publication focuses on sharing our experiences with a diverse readership to raise awareness of biodiversity conservation issues and current research being undertaken at Texas A&M University. A foundational component of the ABS Program is to communicate within, across, and outside of our scientific disciplines. The ABS Perspectives Series is intended to communicate to the general public, the communities where our research takes place, fellow academics and practitioners, and institutions that provide logistics, infrastructure, and support the who, what, where, how, and why of Applied Biodiversity Science.
Ransom, McCall (2014). Fusing passions for conservation: Using anthropology and ecology to aid conservation efforts. Available electronically from