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Wilderness Issues Lecture Series: Spring 2004

Connecting Landscapes: Conservation Across Boundaries - The series, sponsored by the College of Forestry and Conservation's Wilderness Institute at the University of Montana, brings together advocates, politicians, academics and agency staff in a leading edge assessment of the politics of wilderness and the future of advocacy. The series is offered each spring and is recorded live by the University of Montana. Selected lectures are made available via the Internet.

Media Time Title/Description
Click to listen to audio in MP3 format Click to listen to audio in WMA format 1:22:51 min. Manifest Destiny in the American Landscape
Rafael Chacon, Associate Professor of Art, University of Montana (February 3, 2004)
Click to listen to audio in MP3 format Click to listen to audio in WMA format 1:08:57 min. Hydrologic Connectivity: A Neglected Dimension of Conservation Biology
Catherine Pringle, Professor of Conservation Ecology, University of Geogria (February 10, 2004)
Click to listen to audio in MP3 format Click to listen to audio in WMA format 1:17:25 min. Boundary Space: A Multidisciplinary Approach
Christine Schonewald, Former National Park Service Scientist and Editor of Genetics and Conservation (February 17, 2004)
Click to listen to audio in MP3 format Click to listen to audio in WMA format 1:21:32 min. The Blackfoot Challenge: A Watershed Approach
Jim Stone, Rancher and Chairman, Blackfoot Challenge, Greg Neudecker, Montana Partners for Fish and Wildlife, United States Fish and Wildlife Service, Bernie Hall, Associate State Director for Conservatio (February 24, 2004)
Click to listen to audio in MP3 format Click to listen to audio in WMA format 1:24:58 min. Transboundary Conservation: The proposed Waterton-Glacier Peace Park Expansion
Steve Thompson, Glacier Program Manager, National Parks and Conservation Association, Bill Dolan, Chief Park Warden, Waterton lakes National Park, Jack Potter, Assistance Chief, Division of Science and Reso (March 2, 2004)
Click to listen to audio in MP3 format Click to listen to audio in WMA format 1:14:51 min. Using Science and Collaboration to Protect a Regional Watershed
Ruth Watkins, Program Director, Tri-State Water Quality Council (March 16, 2004)
Click to listen to audio in MP3 format Click to listen to audio in WMA format 1:24:50 min. Land Acquisition as a Conservation Strategy: Who Pays and Who Benefits
Sally Fairfax, Professor of Forest Policy, University of California at Berkley (March 23, 2004)
Click to listen to audio in MP3 format Click to listen to audio in WMA format 1:16:08 min. Lynx, Hares, Mice, and Men: Connectivity for Wildlife in a Fragmented Landscape
Scott Mills, Associate Professor of Wildlife Population Ecology, University of Montana (April 6, 2004)
Click to listen to audio in MP3 format Click to listen to audio in WMA format 1:22:48 min. Ecoregions and Investments: The Politics of Scale and Conservation
Peter Brosius, Associate Professor of Anthropology, University of Georgia (April 13, 2004)



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