Group News

Animal behavior key in designating effective wildlife corridors
Our new study reveals that animal behavior is key to planning which habitat connections are most essential for wildlife movement.
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Study shows human illness exacerbates unsustainable fishing practices
A toxic environment can create health problems for people, but sick people can also create health problems for the environment.
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Lab begins research on deer in Hopland, California
Gorgeous sunrises and sunsets are part of the routine of field work at the Hopland Research and Extension Center.
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Lab members to lead two events at Colombia ICCB in July
For 2017's International Congress in Conservation Biology (ICCB) in Cartagena, Colombia, members of the Brashares lab lead two exciting events.
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‘War and wildlife’ article receives media coverage
Check out the media coverage of our lab's article "War and wildlife: linking armed conflict to conservation" published this December!
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Group research recognized at the 27th International Congress on Conservation Biology
Congratulations to our postdoc Dr. Paul Elsen for winning the ICCB Student Awards Competition in Montpellier, France this summer!
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Long-term Carrizo Plain project featured in national media
Our group's work in the Carrizo Plain, on cascading effects of drought on native wildlife, was highlighted in the Washington
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Professor Brashares Wins 2015 Faculty Mentor Award
At ESPM's Graduation Festival on May 8th, Professor Brashares was awarded the department's Faculty Mentor Award
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