We identify issues and uncertainties that pose obstacles to conservation and then—in collaboration with internal and external colleagues—develop science products that help overcome those obstacles.
Carrie Schloss, Liz O'Donoghue
This blog post discusses how environmental DNA or “eDNA” methods can be used by conservation biologists. These methods rely on the premise that DNA is shed by organisms through normal, everyday activity. DNA collected in the field is compared with known specimens to determine what…
The author discusses a need for a new paradigm in fisheries management to address the challenges of a changing climate. See related publication by the author and colleagues in Conservation Letters.
Alex Leumer, Carrie Schloss, Cara Lacey
Plants and animals lack the ability to change their environment. As their current habitat becomes unsuitable due to climate change, they may search out new, more suitable habitat to adapt to changing conditions. With limited resources for protecting additional lands, the conservation community must protect…
Justine E. Hausheer, Mark D. Reynolds, Greg Golet
Cara Byington, Greg Golet
Daniel Karp, Sasha Gennet, Rodd Kelsey
Matt Miller, Dick Cameron
Eric Hallstein, Matt Miller