Listen on JPR: Cougars As Ecosystem Engineers
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Cougars As Ecosystem Engineers
Josh Barry ’19, was recently interviewed on Jefferson Public Radio with Panthera’s Puma Program Director, Mark Elbroch. Josh talks about the graduate research he is doing with Panthera into the role mountain lions play in ecosystems, specifically in the greater Yellowstone National Park ecosystem. He is studying the resources created by the mountain lion’s carrion on beetle (and other invertebrate) communities in Yellowstone.
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Read Dr. Toomey’s “Facts Don’t Change Minds – Social Networks, Group Dialogue, and Stories Do”
In this blog post, Dr. Anne Toomey shares four ways researchers can engage with findings from the social sciences to better communicate their work.
Read Dr. Finewood’s newest paper assessing barriers to accessing GSI incentive programs in the US
In a paper published in the Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning, Dr. Finewood and colleagues take an equity planning approach to assess barriers to accessing green stormwater infrastructure incentive programs.