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Biomimicry -- What we can learn from animals living in stressful environments : lions, dragons, bears and other critters
Author(s):Harlow, Hank; Harlow, Hank
Harlow investigates how the heart, kidneys and muscle are uniquely constructed in different animals to accommodate specific demands. Harlow will explain how knowledge about how these and other animals live in challenging ...
Mammals on Mountaintops : How Climate and Geography Drive Diversity in the Alpine
Author(s):Lanier, Hayley; Lanier, Hayley
Lanier's presentation focuses on high-mountain mammals, such as pikas and marmots. And how these mammals are in a precarious position because of climate variability.
On Leaders and Laggards in Environmental Governance and Management : The Case Study of the European Union
Author(s):Borzel, Tanja; Borzel, Tanja
Borzel will use the case of the European Union to challenge the view that Western industrialized democracies are leaders in protecting and managing the environment, while developing countries and emerging economies lag behind.
Grand Teton National Park : Past and Present Challenges
Author(s):Righter, Robert; Righter, Robert
Oh Deer! The Problem of Wildlife-Vehicle Collisions and Roads as Barriers to Deer Migrations and Movements in Wyoming
Author(s):Riginos, Corinna; Riginos, Corinna
Conservation's Best Friend : How a Bunch of Shelter Dogs Are Saving the World
Author(s):Coppolillo, Pete; Coppolillo, Pete
Invisible Boundaries: The Greater Yellowstone Elk Migration Project
Author(s):Riis, Joe; Riis, Joe
In the greater Yellowstone ecosystem (GYE), thousands of elk each spring migrate from winter ranges in Wyoming, Montana and Idaho to high-elevation summer ranges in Yellowstone National Park. Migratory elk link the ecosystem's ...
Fisheries Management in the West: Case Studies on Jackson Lake and the Hoback River
Author(s):Miller, Diana; Miller, Diana
Miller's talk highlights how changes in fisheries management trends across the West influence local fisheries, specifically Jackson Lake and the Hoback River. Miller also will discuss how fisheries are surveyed and how ...
Meltdown: How polar bears are functioning in the changing Arctic
Author(s):Whiteman, John; Whiteman, John
Whiteman will talk about how polar bears have coped with warmer temperatures and reduced ice every summer in the Arctic Sea, and whether they will continue to cope in the face of a changing climate. Whiteman studied the ...
On the Move: Seasonal Trekking of Grand Teton Mule Deer
Author(s):Dewey, Sarah; Dewey, Sarah