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This webpage provides links to materials provided for non-technical outreach. These sources translate the technical information from peer-reviewed scientific publications.


Posters, Abstracts





Posters, Abstracts & Summaries

  • Optimal mating group size of dusky dolphins (Lagenorhyncus obscurus) | pdf |
  • Establishing base-line data for killer whale (Orcinus orca) distribution and habitat use in the Galapagos Marine Reserve | pdf |
  • Engaging local communities to protect bats through conservation education activities in a transboundary biodiversity corridor | pdf |
  • Local cultural models of conservation and organization legitimacy: A comparison across scales?| video|
  • Observer networks: Orca (Orcinus orca) in the Galapagos Islands | pdf |
  • Use of principal components analysis to assess cultural models of land conservation | pdf |
  • Man meets wolf: ethological perspectives | pdf |
  • Cultural knowledge, values and models of land conservation on Maryland’s Eastern Shore and the Big Thicket Region of Texas | pdf |
  • Slime mold biodiversity: local, national, global | pdf
  • Implications of seasonal shifts in manatee distribution | pdf |


Biodiversity Stewardship Report Series No.

  • BS13.03 Behavioral syndromes in African Bovids: assay techniques for population planning
  • BS13.02 Charophyte management in reservoir fisheries on a Texas military installation
  • BS13.01 Acting Batty! Bilingual educator's guide to bat conservation
  • BS12.04 Aligning learning experiences that complement science education at a local nature park
  • BS12.03 Assessing the suitability of herd bulls for the Sustainable Herds Project of the Conservation Centers for Species Survival
  • BS12.02 A cultural and applied analysis of land conservation
  • BS12.01 Pilot study of faculty perspectives on e-learning graduate degrees in wildlife and natural resources
  • BS10.06 Avian Valentinos: why do some birds mate for life, while others are less faithful?
  • BS10.04 BioBlitz: A peek Into biodiversity at Lick Creek Park
  • BS10.03 Review: Interactions of contaminants with fish and amphibian behavior
  • BS10.02 Behavioral enrichment for African wild dogs (Lycaon pictus): response to stimuli used in an ongoing program at the Houston Zoo
  • BS10.01 Assessing long-term changes in social well-being: case study of a vasectomized African waterbuck
  • BS09.04 Understanding land conservation from diverse stakeholder perspectives
  • BS09.03 Ecoregions of Texas: Texas Master Naturalists, Brazos Valley Chapter
  • BS09.02 Development and Implementation of the Wolf Workbook as a Science Education Tool for Students and Teachers
  • BS09.01 What does an ethologist do?
  • BS08.06 Welcome to WFSC!
  • BS08.05 Man Meets Wolf: Ethological perspectives
  • BS08.04 Hog-hunting to conserve biodiversity: integrating perspectives on biocomplexity
  • BS08.03 "Big Herd" scenarios: male management
  • BS08.02 Arctic spring: from birds to wolves
  • BS08.01 Land trusts: mediating science and policy on conservation lands
  • BS07.03 Thicket of Diversity
  • BS07.01 Land trusts: mediating science and policy on conservation lands
  • BS06.01 Wolf behavior pictorial guide
  • BS91.02 Graduate school in 10 easy steps
  • BS91.01 Behavior of high risk mountain lions in Big Bend National Park, Texas
  • Land Trusts: Mediating science and policy on conservation lands | Summary | 2007 | 2008 | Final Report
  • Land conservation and rural stakeholders | 1 | 2 | Final Report
  • Animal behavior: problem-based inquiry. | 2007 | 2008 | 2009

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