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Living with climate change: Can behavior help pikas and other sensitive species cope?
Author(s):Hall, Embere; Hall, Embere
Contemporary climate change affects temperatures across the globe, including in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Rising temperatures can reduce the amount of time that conditions are suitable for animals to engage in ...
Secret lives of mountain lion kittens, The
Join us for a visual and anecdotal presentation on the littleknown lives of mountain lion kittens. Mark will share research conducted locally in and adjacent to Grand Teton National Park, supported by footage captured by ...
Anatomy of Old Faithful and Yellowstone; magma from earth's core to hot springs and geysers
We have conducted detailed seismic studies of the plumbing anatomy of Old Faithful, the iconic geyser of Yellowstone, to determine its 3D structure and dynamic eruption properties. These studies reveal that Old Faithful ...
Role of the acoustic environment in shaping behavior, community structure, and evolution, The
Growth in transportation networks, resource extraction, motorized recreation and urban development is responsible for chronic noise exposure across the globe, including remote wilderness sites. Increased noise levels reduce ...
Biology of the invasive New Zealand mudsnail in the GYE
The invasive New Zealand mudsnail arrived in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem (GYE) in 1987 and is also invasive in several other parts of the world. In my talk, I will address interactions between this snail and native ...
Life on the rocks: A portrait of the American Mountain Goat
Author(s):Smith, Bruce; Smith, Bruce
Bruce Smith’s three years studying and photographing mountain goats in Montana’s Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness Area began a 40-year fascination with our continent’s premier mountaineer. In a beautiful and informative ...
Life on the edge: history and status of Teton Range bighorn sheep
Author(s):Dewey, Sarah; Dewey, Sarah
The Teton Range is home to a small population of bighorn sheep whose conservation status is of concern because of its small size, isolation from neighboring herds, low genetic diversity, and loss of historic winter range. ...
Wyoming's sage-grouse core area strategy: Is it effective?
The Wyoming Core Area Strategy was established in 2008 by the Governor's Sage-Grouse Executive Order (SGEO). The intent of the SGEO was to provide greater protections for breeding sage-grouse across the state in response ...
How Wyoming's Big Game Make Their Epic Migrations
Author(s):Merkle, Jerod; Merkle, Jerod
Life in the tropics: dispersal, reproduction, and survival in tropical birds
Author(s):Tarwater, Corey; Tarwater, Corey
Tropical species are predicted to be more vulnerable to environmental changes than many temperate zone species. The majority of future bird extinctions are predicted to be in the tropics owing to continued land-use change ...