First NameLast NameCityDisciplineAreas of ExpertiseWebsiteEmail
Lisa
Wilkinson
Edson
wildlife
Bats, Alberta species at risk, wildlife ecology and conservation
Mark
Boyce
Edmonton
wildlife
Population ecology and conservation. Most research has been on large mammals but also on furbearers and birds. Recent research has included work on grizzly bears, black bears, Greater Sage-Grouse, waterfowl nest predation, sitatunga in Uganda, cougars, bighorn sheep, caribou, and elk. My current work is focused on grasslands in Canada and the best way to manage these lands for biodiversity, while maximizing carbon sequestration and storage.
https://grad.biology.ualberta.ca/boyce/
John
Wilmshurst
Jasper
wildlife
Wildlife conservation, grazing dynamics, protected areas management
margo
pybus
Ardrossan
wildlife
Integrating wildlife diseases & parasites into wildlife management decisions, policies, programs, and activities. Natural history of many things wild.
https://www.alberta.ca/wildlife-diseases-in-alberta.aspx
Aerin
Jacob
Canmore
wildlife
landscape ecology, conservation biology, conservation and land-use planning, ecosystem services, human-wildlife conflict, species-at-risk, Yellowstone to Yukon region
www.y2y.net

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