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Life in the Field- update from the Ruaha Carnivore Project.

By Amy Dickman, Director, Ruaha Carnivore Project

Amy Dickman and the Ruaha Carnivore Project were recently voted into the top 3 finalists at the Tusk Conservation Awards for their innovative approach to big cat conservation, an achievement they have every right to be extremely proud of after all the hard work that has gone into the project. 1,481 more words

Conservation

Dear Girl,

You’re a young girl living in the city. You’re a young confused 20-year-old trying to scrape a living and build a career. You’re a young confused woman who has no family, no shoulder to cry on, no lips to kiss. 180 more words

Prose

Large Predators and Ecosystem Services: How the Sustainable Management of Large Predators Affects Ecosystem Services in Norway and Bangladesh

 

Autumn 2011

Amir Hossen, Øistein Løvstad,

Nana Yaa Saah Owusu-Banahene, Endre Grüner Ofstad

Summary

This study have looked at the interaction between the management of large predators and the utilization of ecosystem services. 12,618 more words

Natural Resources Management

Arctic Alaska’s Conservation Conundrum

By  Dr. Joel Berger

The Arctic wind blows hard on the snow-covered plains a few hundred miles southwest of Prudhoe Bay.  It’s eight degrees in the winter chill. 852 more words

Rapid loss of top predators ‘a major environmental threat’

Top Predators and Population Regulation

“Scientists warn that removal from ecosystem of large carnivores like the dingo could be as detrimental as climate change Dingoes keep kangaroo and fox numbers down, which means less overgrazing and more small native animals. 286 more words

Population