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Today's Voices of Conservation Science

Christopher Guy

The science that is needed to conserve everything from alpine meadows to great white sharks is covered here as we interview young and seasoned scientists that are passionate about their profession and what they are studying. The podcast is hosted by the Department of Ecology at Montana State University in beautiful Bozeman, Montana (the views expressed in this podcast do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of Ecology or Montana State University).
Episodes
Cayley Faurot-Daniels — Hi-Tech Science: Using eDNA to Find PollinatorsDecember 23, 2022
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Nate Heili — Irrigation Ditches, Aquatic Insects, and Birds! Oh My!December 09, 2022
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Carlisle Segal — Bison Grazing and Arthropods in Yellowstone National ParkNovember 18, 2022
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Drew MacDonald — Yellowstone Lake: What’s Up with the Juvenile Lake Trout?October 28, 2022
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Alyson East — Remote Sensing Fire In The AmazonOctober 14, 2022
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Fritz Kalakay — Everything Comes Full Circle — Restoration of Aspen StandsSeptember 23, 2022
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Katherine Sparks — Research on “High-Five Pines" — Just Do ItSeptember 02, 2022
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Thomas Meinzen — Can Roadside Lands Save the Pollinators?August 26, 2022
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Lauren Gedlinske — From Grandmother's Garden to Studying PollinatorsAugust 12, 2022
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Addie Dutton — No Typical Days as a Fish Biologist: Fisheries Management in the Mitten StateApril 01, 2022
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Justin Gude — "I Love Being Outside" — A Career In Wildlife Research and ManagementFebruary 25, 2022
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Kambwiri Banda — Helping animals: understanding the impacts of de-snaring on carnivores in AfricaNovember 19, 2021
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Sean Hoy-Skubik — We are all born as a scientist: understanding the effects of climate change on long-lived pine treesOctober 29, 2021
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Kadie Heinle — Fish are awesome: a dive into Yellowstone cutthroat trout researchOctober 08, 2021
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Elise Loggers — Give Back to the World and Bear Management Areas in YellowstoneAugust 20, 2021
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Claire Bresnan — From Jane Goodall to Bison Behavior in Northeastern MontanaJune 25, 2021
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Julie Cunningham — "It is Happing in the Rockies" — Wildlife Management in MontanaMay 14, 2021
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Ben Goodheart — Prey Depletion Effects on Wild Dogs in AfricaApril 16, 2021
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Start of Season 4: Dr. Robert Garrott — Wildlife Research and Advice for the Wildlife Profession and StudentsFebruary 12, 2021
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Ben Tumolo — Ecosystem Engineering by the Net-Spinning CaddisflyJanuary 18, 2021
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Hayley Glassic — Work-life balance and the Food Web of Yellowstone LakeDecember 18, 2020
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Whisper Camel-Means — From "digging around in the ditches" to creating highway underpasses for wildlife December 04, 2020
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Ian Anderson — Fish Passage in the Yellowstone RiverNovember 13, 2020
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Michael Siemiantkowski — Tracking Lake TroutOctober 30, 2020
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Zach Maguire — Macroinverts and Trout in the Madison River, MontanaOctober 16, 2020
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