Tag Archives: management

Veil of Ignorance

Hi readers! I just got back to NYC from Missoula, Montana! I was at the North American Conference for Conservation Biology. It was a good conference and I was able to present some of my work on tiger beetles and … Continue reading

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Applying science to management

I have been preparing to lead a one day workshop on the recovery of the endangered Ohlone tiger beetle. The purpose of the workshop is for all of the managers, land owners, and regulators, such as from the City Parks, … Continue reading

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How many beetles does it take?

When people find out that I study the Ohlone tiger beetle, many of them ask “how many are there?”. This is an obvious and good question to ask, but it is very difficult to answer and actually may not even … Continue reading

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110 Success Stories for Endangered Species Day 2012

The Endangered Species Act is awesome. It is very arguably our strongest environmental law in the United States. Think about it: the federal government lists species according to how threatened they are and protects them outright! It is kind of … Continue reading

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