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Project Profile

IGERT: Training Program on Biodiversity Conservation and Sustainable Development

University of Wisconsin at Madison

Abstract

Most of the major challenges of biodiversity conservation occur in tropical and subtropical regions of developing countries, where researchers must confront the interactions of biological, physical, social, economic, and governance conditions that often are very different from those in North America. The research at the core of this proposed IGERT… more »

Contributions[?]

Project members' contributions to the library and showcase are listed here.
Title Category Type Posted At
Tourism to promote conservation and rural livelihoods Showcase Achievement 12/18/12
New landscapes influence Mosuo society Showcase Achievement 12/18/12
Symposium at American Association of Geographers in NY Showcase Achievement 12/18/12
Symposium at Association for Nepal and Himalayan Studies Showcase Achievement 12/18/12
Collaborative papers initiated by symposium Showcase Achievement 12/18/12
IGERT seminar sessions on professionalization Showcase Achievement 12/18/12
Conducting research in China Showcase Achievement 12/18/12
Climate change and shrinking alpine meadows Showcase Highlight 11/21/11
Crop genetic resource management Showcase Achievement 10/24/11
Village forest changes in China Showcase Achievement 10/24/11