1. Conservation Biology's Deep Roots

    01:14:42

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    Lee Talbot provides an overview of the evolution of conservation biology from its earliest historical roots in 300 BC India through the local, national, and international actions, organizations, laws…

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    • Larry Crowder | Understanding Challenges to Endangered Sea Turtles

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      from Center for Ocean Solutions Added 98 0 0

      September 20, 2010. Dr. Larry Crowder presents his work on the life history and demography of sea turtles in understanding challenges towards their conservation. Dr. Larry Crowder is a COS Visiting…

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      • Fragmentation, Roads & Wildlife Corridors (Fall 2011, part 1)

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        from Sean Anderson Added 100 0 0

        This lecture covers the basic issues associated with roads and road kill. While there are many ecological impacts caused by roads, road kill is the most obvious factor and the easiest one to quantify.…

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        • Protected Area Lecture from Turkey

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          from Sean Anderson Added 257 2 0

          This impromptu lecture from a Turkish village bordering Armenia is in both Turkish and English.

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          • Fragmentation, Roads & Wildlife Corridors (Fall 2011, part 2)

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            from Sean Anderson Added 56 0 0

            This lecture covers the basic issues associated with roads and road kill. While there are many ecological impacts caused by roads, road kill is the most obvious factor and the easiest one to quantify.…

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            • Dr. Aldemaro Romero Jr. interviews Dr. Richard Brugam about issues related to conservation biology.

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              This is the video version of a radio interview that Dr. Aldemaro Romero Jr. conducted with Dr. Richard Brugam about issues related to conservation biology.

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              • Metapopulation Dynamics - Part 4

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                from LandsResources Added

                Module 4, Conservation Biology and Modeling, spreadsheet by Terri Donovan

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                • Reserve Design - Part 1

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                  Module12, Conservation Biology and Modeling, lecture by Jed Murdoch

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                  • Effective Population Size - Part 4

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                    Module 10, Conservation Biology and Modeling, spreadsheet by Terri Donovan

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                    • Island Biogeography - Part 1

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                      Module 11, Conservation Biology and Modeling, lecture by Jed Murdoch

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