Four papers and a PhD thesis published, and more on the way.
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Our researchers and projects have been in the media lately. Here's a quick roundup of the coverage.
Anja Sorensen will be sharing a unique project from the Grizzly Bear Program at the IRC on July 17.
Closing date: June 30.
The Caribou Program investigated the cause of death of a caribou from the Redrock-Prairie Creek herd.
The Grizzly Bear and Caribou Programs were in Alaska to present our research at IBA 2016.
On June 6, Ryan Tew will take the reins at fRI Research as the sixth General Manager in the institute’s history.
Alberta Environment and Parks has released a draft version of the 2016-2021 Alberta Grizzly Bear Recovery Plan. It focuses on lowering grizzly bear mortality by reducing human-bear conflict.
fRI Research was out in force at the 16th North American Caribou Workshop in Thunder Bay.
Fort McMurray wildfire serves as a reminder to Canadians that there are ways to improve safety of forest communities.
The award recognized Gord's "groundbreaking work in grizzly bear research and preservation."