Ecology

BB98 – Here Comes Caribou -bou with Jean Polfus

Jean Polfus is a PhD Candidate at the University of Manitoba, and joins us from the edge of the Arctic to talk about her research on caribou ecology and evolution. We also discuss the role of traditional knowledge and native peoples in studying northern ecology, and how science needs more art.

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  • LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/pub/jean-polfus/48/246/511
  • ResearchGate: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Jean_Polfus

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Breaking Bio Blitz! Soil Biodiversity with Natalie Bray

We learn about the tiny things that make soil function while talking to Natalie Bray, a Master’s student at Columbia University.

Follow along with the research being done by Conservation Biology Students at Columbia University featured on Breaking Bio Blitz on their blog, http://www.cuinthefield.wordpress.com