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Tuesday, December 4 • 10:30am - 12:00pm
A1. Yellowstone to Yukon

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Presentations on research related to ecosystem services, connectivity and population persistence
  • Aerin Jacob - Protected areas and ecosystem services: Synergies and trade-offs among water provision, recreation, and carbon storage
  • Michael Proctor - Re-establishing population connectivity for grizzly bears and biodiversity: networking and private & public land conservation
  • Mirjam Barrueto - Cameras, DNA and collaboration: tools to understand wolverine population persistence in large multi-use landscapes

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Mirjam Barrueto

University of Calgary / Wolverine Watch
Like larger carnivores, wolverines are vulnerable to overharvest and habitat loss. Wolverines’ large spatial requirements transcend most management boundaries and the large, undisturbed areas they rely on are becoming scarce; broad research collaborations are imperative to ensure... Read More →
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Aerin Jacob

Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative
Protected areas and ecosystem services: Synergies and trade-offs among water provision, recreation, and carbon storage
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Michael Proctor

Trans-border Grizzly Bear Project
We have been researching conservation issues and implementing a comprehensive program to improve inter-mountain connectivity by reducing human bear conflicts (HBC) for over a decade in the trans-border region of southern Canada and NW USA across several small fragmented threatened... Read More →


Tuesday December 4, 2018 10:30am - 12:00pm
7-172
  • Moderator Aerin Jacob
  • AV Assistant Josh Fouillard