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Harold L. Bergman
Dept. 3166
1000 E. University Ave.
Laramie, WY 82071
Phone: 307-766-4227
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The 2015 UW NPS Harlow Summer Seminar Series is Here!

Research in Grand Teton

2015 Summer Season Seminars

 

University of Wyoming – National Park Service

Harlow Summer Seminars at the AMK Ranch

 

Join us every Thursday this summer for great food and ideas as Harold Bergman brings speakers to the station to talk about current issues of interest. Dinner ($5 donation) starts at 5:30 pm with a talk at 6:30 pm in the Berol Lodge located at the AMK Ranch near Leeks Marina. Open to the public – Reservations not required.

 Altruism in Mountain LionsTONIGHT!

June 18           Mark Elbroch, Panthera's Teton Cougar Project

Altruism in mountain lions

 Fisheries

THIS WEEK

June 25           Diana Miller, Wyoming Game and Fish Department, Jackson

                        History of fisheries management in the western US with notes on the Hoback River and Jackson Lake

 Otters

July 2              Tom Serfass & Kelly Pearce, Frostburg State University. & University. of Maryland

                        River otters as flagships for aquatic conservation: Why this approach doesn't fit the North American model of wildlife conservation

 

July 9              Joe Riis, National Geographic, and Arthur Middleton, Yale University

                        Invisible Boundaries: The Greater Yellowstone elk migration project

 

July 16            Hank Harlow, University of Wyoming

                        Biomimicry, what we can learn from animals living in stressful environments: lions, dragons, bears and other critters

 

July 23            Bob Smith, University of Utah

Immense magma reservoir discovered beneath Yellowstone extending well beyond its caldera

 

July 30            Sarah Benson-Amram, University of Wyoming

                        The evolution of problem-solving abilities in carnivores: From badgers and bears to snow leopards and spotted hyenas

                       

August 6         Tanja A. Börzel, Freie Universityät, Berlin

                        On leaders and laggards in environmental governance and management: The case of the European Union

 

August 13       Mary Centrella, Cornell University and Jackson, WY

                        Reading BEE-tween the lines: Honey bees, colony collapse disorder, and the importance of wild bees to agriculture

 

August 20       John Stephenson, Grand Teton National Park

                        Greater Sage-Grouse conservation in Jackson Hole

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