Bill Gabriel discusses being one of the University of Montana College Of Forestry’s first Ph.D. in Wildlife students, starting in 1968 and receiving his degree in 1976. Gabriel gives an account of his education, including research about elk habitat in the Bob Marshall Wilderness Area. He also describes his work for the U.S. Forest Service prior to coming to the university to obtain his Ph.D. Gabriel discusses his interactions with faculty and staff at the university, including Dean Arnold Bolle, Professor Dick Taber, Professor Les Pengelly, and Registrar Emma Lommasson.
College of Forestry and Conservation; Wildlife; Bob Marshall Wilderness; Emma Lommasson; Arnold Bolle; Dick Taber; Les Pengelly
College of Forestry and Conservation Centennial Oral History Project, OH 443, Archives and Special Collections, Mansfield Library, University of Montana-Missoula
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Gabriel, Bill, "Bill Gabriel Interview" (2013). University of Montana College of Forestry and Conservation Centennial Oral History Project. 2.