Layne Adams, Research Wildlife Biologist från Alaska, är årets långväga gästföreläsare. Layne kommer att hålla två intressanta föreläsningar:
Wolf Population Dynamics relative to Human Exploitation.
Wolves of the Last Frontier: Perspectives on Wolf Management in Alaska.
Dr. Layne Adams has spent 32 years as a wildlife research biologist studying the population dynamics and predator-prey relationships of large mammals in Alaska. His research has focused primarily on wolves and caribou in Alaska’s large wilderness National Parks, with additional studies of other species including muskox, moose, and Dall’s sheep. During his career, he has published over 60 scientific papers. Given his area of expertise, he has commonly served as a technical advisor on wolf management issues in Alaska, as well as the “lower 48 States” and Canada.