The Metaphorical Ox: Science and Conversation in an Increasingly Peopled World

Dr. Joel Berger, Cox Chair of Conservation Biology at Colorado State University

Date
Wednesday, May 03, 2017
Time
3 p.m.
Location
Room 125, Agriculture Hall
Description
The clan of snow oxen is emblematic of species of the remote and cold, untrammeled and wild zones of earth. This talk will offer a sense of the magnificence and challenge confronting species persisting at the extreme edges of the world – from its roof on the Tibetan Plateau to its top in the Asian and American Arctic – and explore how local insight from people on the land improve our successes in conservation.
Cost
Free
Contact
890-0285, jnpauli@wisc.edu