Defense seminar - Absaroka Elk
July 13, 2012 at 12:19 PM
The public seminar, entitled "The influence of large carnivore recovery and summer conditions on the migratory elk of Wyoming's Absaroka Mountains," first covers behavioral dimensions of elk-wolf interactions, then the changing ecology of elk migration. This work comprises some of the primary findings of the Absaroka Elk Ecology Project.
The seminar was recorded and is available via WyoCast, a service of the University of Wyoming. The presentation can be viewed here.
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