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How can scientists engage with and work to influence policy? Examining legal changes that affect national parks and protected areas in Ecuador and Peru.
Amphibian populations in Panama vanished seemingly overnight. Conservation scientists are reintroducing lost frogs back into the wild.
Studying how Antarctic krill populations change over time to help the design process for a new Antarctic Marine Protected Area (MPA) in the Western Antarctic Peninsula (WAP) region.
Wildlife conservation and storytelling through pictures in Nepal by the EVPP 440: Wildlife Conservation in Nepal class of 2018.
New coral diseases on South Florida coral reefs
Tourism-conservation partnerships in Kenya
Climate Change and the Mid-Atlantic Summer Flounder Fishery: a Multidisciplinary Approach to Informing Adaptive Management
Climate Change and its impact on the distribution, stock structure, and productivity of summer flounder
How the gain of plant diversity at early stages of restoration affects the development of soil properties and processes in restored wetlands
Black-band disease on brain coral in the Bahamas. The disease is destroying coral tissue throughout the Caribbean
Fish ecology in the Potomac watershed