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Putting the Applied in Applied Biodiversity Science
A great strength of the ABS program is the impetus and opportunities for students to not only do rigorous research, but to do research that is applied. As a first-year PhD student in the Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences ...
Human-Elephant Conflict and Coexistence in Botswana
In an area of Botswana known as the eastern Okavango Panhandle, roughly 15,000 elephants compete with 15,000 people for access to water, food, and land. The elephants are not confined to any park, reserve, or nation. They ...
A Tale of Two Rivers
A Steppe Towards a Secure Future
Community Focused Integration and Protected Areas Management in the Huascarán Biosphere Reserve, Peru
Integrating communities into conservation management has become a priority for national and international organizations concerned with natural resource management. Traditional conservation policies aimed to exclude local ...
On the Path to Recovery: Conserving Dominica’s Endemic Parrots
The unique characteristics of islands provides ideal habitat for endemic species to evolve. Dominica is no exception. Regarded as the Nature Island of the Caribbean, Dominica’s active parrot conservation program focuses ...
Women of Natural Resources
A Pragmatic Approach to Stream Restoration