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Climate-Driven Interactions Among Hunters, Wildlife, & Habitat
May 5, 2015 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am
May 5 (WEBINAR)
CLIMATE-DRIVEN CHANGES in INTERACTIONS AMONG HUNTERS, WILDLIFE, and HABITAT will be held at 10am presented by TODD BRINKMAN, Assistant Professor of Wildlife Ecology, University of Alaska. He will discuss research that explores how climate-driven changes in the environment have influenced hunter-wildlife interactions across Alaska. Based on findings, he has concluded that recent environmental changes have challenged common hunting practices primarily by disrupting access to harvest areas. I suggest that a combination of innovative research, local adaptation, and flexible policies are required to address current and future challenges relating to hunter access to wildlife resources. Registration and more information available at: Climate-Driven Changes in Interactions Among Hunters, Wildlife, and Habitat. For more information and to register online go to http://accap.uaf.edu/webinars. For questions, please contact Tina Buxbaum at 907‐474‐7812 or email email@example.com,