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Math and wildlife and programming?! I love myself!

Math and wildlife and programming?! I love myself!

Posted by Valerie Tarico, guest blogger at Nov 03, 2010 12:00 AM |
Filed under: wildlinks

Wild Links, Conservation Northwest's annual wildlife conference, connects a diverse group of stakeholders—scientists, government and tribal leaders, citizens, funders, conservation nonprofit organizations—to explore how best to enhance habitat connectivity, restore keystone species, and mitigate the effects of climate change. Sharing science can have surprising and far-reaching outcomes, as I discovered when my children joined me to have a look at a some very cool maps on wildlife connectivity.

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Holy melting glaciers, Batman!

Holy melting glaciers, Batman!

Ecologists have insisted for decades that our parks and protected areas are too small and disconnected to satisfy long-term conservation needs – way before Al Gore took to the stump with his Graphs of Disaster. Is the tide finally turning for the fate of wildlife in the face of global warming? Some new plans from the powers that be may just mean yes.

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