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Wilderness Issues Lecture Series: Spring 2009

Wilderness Expeditions: Journeys in Conservation - 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 1:27:08 min. The Razor’s Edge: Climate Change, Subsistence Agriculture, and Threatened Cultures in Ladakh, India
Cynthia Hunt, Mountaineer & founder of HEALTH, Inc (Health, Environment, & Literacy in the Himalayas) (February 24, 2009)
Click to listen to audio in MP3 format 1:20:22 min. 10-Years Tracking Wolves in the Heart of the Canadian Rockies: Conservation Lessons and Wilderness Science
Mark Hebblewhite, Assistant Professor, Wildlife Biology Program, University of Montana (March 3, 2009)
Click to listen to audio in MP3 format 1:19:18 min. Sea Voyage on the Alaska Coast: Retracing the Harriman Expedition of 1899 & Exploring a Century of Change
Paul Alaback, Professor of Forest Ecology, University of Montana (March 10, 2009)
Click to listen to audio in MP3 format 1:13:37 min. Talks with a Siberian Shaman: Viewing Wilderness Through Magic or Logic
John Turk, Research chemist turned chicken farmer, horse logger, adventurer, and writer (March 17, 2009)
Click to listen to audio in MP3 format 1:18:35 min. Exploring Islands in Time: Accidental Encounters with Wilderness in the Solomon Islands
Chris Filardi, Biodiversity Scientist, Center for Biodiversity & Conservation, American Museum of Natural History (March 24, 2009)

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