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Notice of" How do we make a difference in the conservation of biodiversity? Lessons from squirrels to rhinoceros"

Author:   Date:2019-11-18    

  Presenter: Prof. John L. Koprowski (University of Arizona, USA)

  Time:  14:00, Nov. 19th

  Place: Reporting Hall 616 in College of Plant Protection, South Campus

  Brief Introduction of Presenter:

  Dr. Koprowski is a professor and Director in the School of Natural Resources & Environment and a Professor of Wildlife & Fisheries Conservation and Management at The University of Arizona, a Research I university. John also serves as the Director of the Desert Southwest CESU, Head of the Conservation Research Laboratory and Director of the Mt. Graham Biology Programs.  He teaches courses in conservation behavior, zoo and aquarium conservation and wildlife conservation and has mentored more than 50 graduate students as a major advisor.  His research program focuses on the ecology and conservation of rare species in the United States, Mexico, Peru, Colombia, Nepal, China, Mongolia, South Africa and numerous other international locations funded by > $7.5 million in awards. John has authored >150 peer-reviewed scientific articles on animal behavior, conservation, disturbance and ecology of mammals, 30 book and proceedings chapters,  and 5 books, most recently the co-authored volumes, Mammals of Korea and International Wildlife Management: Response to Global Challenges.  He serves the IUCN as a North American Red List Coordinator, is on the Board of Directors of the American Society of Mammalogists, and is a Fellow of The Wildlife Society, the American Association for the Advancement of Science and the Linnean Society of London.

  College of Plant Protection

  Nov. 18, 2019