The SFMN's new scientific director Dr. Jim Fyles speaks on the importance of
Two grad students in the Boyce Lab at the Uof A, Kyle Knopff and Carrie Roever, research cougars and grizzly bears
AUDIO: Download Audio (mp3 format)
ITEM:1TITLE: Dr. Jim Fyles, Professor, Tomlinson Chair in Forest Ecology, Department of Natural Resoure Sciences, McGill University and Scientific Leader, Sustainable Forest Management Network
SUBJECT: #156 Sustainable Forest Management: What Are We Sustaining?
SYNOPSIS: There’s more to sustaining forest ecosystems than meets the eye. And according to Dr. Jim Fyles, the new scientific director of the Sustainable Forest Management Network, communication between disciplines is critical.
ITEM:2TITLE: Kyle Knopff, PhD Candidate, Biological Sciences, University of Alberta
SUBJECT: #156 ACA: Cougar Predation
Cougar sightings are up in Alberta and some grizzly bears prefer hanging around logging roads rather than running away. Two students looking for the reasons why are doing so with the help of the Alberta Conservation Association.
ITEM:3TITLE: Carrie Roever, Masters Student, Biological Sciences, University of Alberta
SUBJECT: #156 ACA: Grizzly Bears and Roads