Dr. Gerald Scoville, who teaches BIOL 452 Ornithology at Central, recently co-published an article on a three-year study of 60 Grizzly Bears within the Koeye River Conservancy. The area is located in British Columbia's Great Bear Rainforest, and is the ancestral home to the Heiltsuk First Nation. The genetic survey was non-invasive in design, and followed the laws and customs of the Heiltsuk people.
William G. Housty, Anna Noson, Gerald W. Scoville, John Boulanger, Richard M. Jeo, Chris T. Darimont and Christopher E. Filardi. Grizzly Bear Monitoring by the Heiltsuk People as a Crucible for First Nation Conservation Practice. Ecology and Society 19(2): 70. http://dx.doi.org/10.5751/ES-06668-190270
How will climate change affect the production of essential food crops? Food security depends on proKEEN Guided Nature Walk: "Exploring Insects" Sunday, June 12th, 12-1pm
Guided Nature Walk: ”Exploring Insects,” Sunday, June 12, noon -1 pm, Yakima Canyon InterpYakima Basin Science & Management Conference 2016
June 15-16 2016 at CWU in Science Building Room 147