Oct. 7, 2017: 'Studying caribou to inform conservation and management in Arctic Alaska'
by Michelle Saport |
Friday, Oct. 7, 3:30-4:30 p.m. ConocoPhillips Integrated Science Building, Room 120
Tim Fullman, Ph.D., is senior ecologist with the Alaska office of The Wilderness Society. He will give a presentation entitled "Studying caribou to inform conservation and management in Arctic Alaska" as part of the Biological Sciences Seminar Series.
Fullman's research focuses on understanding movements and distributions of large herbivores in response to environmental factors and human impacts. Currently, much of his work considers caribou responses to energy development in Arctic Alaska. Previous research investigated impacts of elephants on vegetation and large herbivores in southern Africa. Tim has a B.S. in animal biology from University of California, Davis, a M.S. in interdisciplinary ecology from University of Florida, and a Ph.D. in geography from University of Florida. Full biography.
This talk is free and open to the public. Parking at UAA is free on Fridays.
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