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  • Thursday July 19, 2012
  • Research Accomplishments and New Adventures

    After nearly seven years with the Conservation Research Center (CRC), I’ve learned that the most rewarding accomplishments often come from surprising places
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  • Thursday June 21, 2012
  • Measuring Our Impact

    “Stewardship is one or more persons contributing to the greater good.” - AmeriCorps interns, Winter-Spring 2012.
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  • Thursday May 24, 2012
  • The Hunt For Data – Using Collars For Mule Deer Conservation

    It's late on a brisk, March afternoon. I am approaching the last known location of one of our 30 collared mule deer that roam the wintery landscape of Teton County, Wyoming.
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  • Thursday April 26, 2012
  • Climate Change - Alpine Ecosystems Need a New Playbook

    Contemporary climate change has re-written the rules of extinction. While some species may move upslope to beat the heat, their food sources or preferred habitats may not follow.
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  • Thursday March 15, 2012
  • Why Be Bothered With Aspen?

    Why Be Bothered With Aspen? Because it is in serious decline and it contributes enormously to landscape functionality as well as wildlife habitat.
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  • Thursday February 16, 2012
  • The View From Above

    Clandestine surveillance…prospecting for gold…monitoring natural disasters. These are only a few of the ways the rapidly evolving field of remote sensing is used
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