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    • Conservation in the Human Landscape 

      Sutton, Alexandra E. (2017)
      The protection of global biodiversity and the conservation of the earth’s natural resources are paramount to future wellbeing of mankind. Humans are a hugely influential part of the global ecosystem, and the ways in which ...
    • Conservation Through Population Assessments Across Variable Landscapes 

      Huang, Ryan (2019)
      Few areas of the planet are untouched by human actions, be they marine or terrestrial. Marine habitats face disturbance from overexploitation of fisheries and pollution while terrestrial habitats face significant threat ...
    • Innovations in Conservation Funding 

      Wang, Joyce (2019-04-17)
      Too many environmental non-profits compete for funds amongst a limited pool of donors. One fundamental value of the Wildlife Conservation Network (“WCN”), a U.S. 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, is to approach fundraising ...
    • The Abundance and Behavioral Ecology of Cape Cod Gray Seals Under Predation Risk From White Sharks 

      Moxley, Jerry Hall (2016)
      The ultimate goal of wildlife recovery is abundance growth of a species, though it must also involve the reestablishment of the species’ ecological role within ecosystems frequently modified by humans. Reestablishment and ...