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INHS Seminar - Population Monitoring for Conservation: Current Developments and Future Directions

Event Type
Seminar/Symposium
Sponsor
Illinois Natural History Survey Seminar Committee
Virtual
wifi event
Date
Mar 22, 2022   4:00 pm  
Speaker
Dr. Dana J Morin, Mississippi State University
Contact
Dr. Eric Schauber
E-Mail
schauber@illinois.edu
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Originating Calendar
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This seminar will be held in person in room 1005 Forbes Natural History building, 1816 S. Oak, Champaign or you may join via Zoom here | Meeting ID: 884 0067 1405 | Password: 637377

 

Abstract: I describe myself as a population ecologist, and as a quantitative ecologist and conservation geneticist, I have worked to develop novel methods to improve our ability to monitor rare and cryptic species. As part of the IUCN Species Survival Commission I have recently had the opportunity to review our current practices and applications for two groups of vulnerable and endangered species: pangolins and Asian bears. In this seminar, I will provide an honest assessment of past and current developments in population estimation and monitoring, identify where we are lacking, and consider future directions that may help us better meet conservation goals.

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