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Eric Palm: Wildlife Biology (Ph.D.)

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Eric Palm is a Ph. D. student in the wildlife biology program at the W.A. Franke College of Forestry and Conservation. His research focuses on woodland caribou in northwestern North America—roughly from Alberta to Alaska. In his dissertation, Palm’s goal is to understand how both human and fire disturbance will affect caribou populations and their habitat selection. Palm also works on NASA’s Arctic-Boreal Vulnerability Experiment (ABoVE) and was named a Wildlife Conservation Society-Canada Weston Fellow in 2017. He will defend his thesis in December of 2020.

Date Published

7-2019

Language

eng

Length of Episode

5 minutes, 18 seconds

Digital File Format

audio/mp3

Document Type

Podcast

Keywords

wildlife biology, caribou

Eric Palm: Wildlife Biology (Ph.D.)

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