Oral Presentation Session


Reviewed by: Anthropology and Environment Society

(5-0540) Putting the Anthropocene into Practice: Why Anthropology Matters for Conservation and Ecosystem Management: Species (Part 2)

Saturday, December 2
10:15 AM - 12:00 PM

Of interest to: Practicing and Applied Anthropologists, Students

Co-Authors: Don Webster – University of Maryland Extension; L. Jen Shaffer – University of Maryland Department of Anthropology

Presentations:

Send Email for Pam McElwee

Send Email for Patrick Gallagher

Send Email for Nicolas Rasiulis

Adriane Michaelis

PhD Student
University of Maryland

Send Email for Adriane Michaelis

Send Email for Linda D'Amico

Send Email for Gao Yufang

Send Email for Patrick Gallagher

Send Email for Dayton Starnes


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