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Today's Voices of Conservation Science

By Christopher Guy

The science that is needed to conserve everything from alpine meadows to great white sharks is covered here as we interview young and seasoned scientists that are passionate about their profession and what they are studying. The podcast is hosted by the Department of Ecology at Montana State University in beautiful Bozeman, Montana (the views expressed in this podcast do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of Ecology or Montana State University).

  1. 1.
    Michael Siemiantkowski — Tracking Lake Trout10/30/2020
    31:16
  2. 2.
    Zach Maguire — Macroinverts and Trout in the Madison River, Montana10/16/2020
    26:43
  3. 3.
    Thomas Sutton — Mesic Habitat Restoration10/02/2020
    50:24
  4. 4.
    Colter Brown — "Happy for the Mountain Whitefish"09/18/2020
    22:52
  5. 5.
    Kristen Switzer — "Fight for Bees"09/04/2020
    25:42
  6. 6.
    Evan Shields — Trumpeter Swan Research in Yellowstone08/21/2020
    42:28
  7. 7.
    Chloe Wasteneys — Love for Plants and Research on Whitebark Pine08/07/2020
    40:20
  8. 8.
    Jessica Eggers — Mycorrhizal Fungi, Plants, and Climate Change07/17/2020
    28:45
  1. 9.
    Start of Season 3 — Dr. Andrea Litt shares her career path and passion for wildlife science03/27/2020
    42:56
  2. 10.
    Mary Levandowski — Wetland Biodiversity in Grand Teton National Park03/06/2020
    33:02
  3. 11.
    Shane Petch — Weddell Seal Research in Antarctica02/14/2020
    26:11
  4. 12.
    Matea Djokic — Pallid Sturgeon and the Fat Meter01/17/2020
    23:44
  5. 13.
    Kristen Cook — Mussels in Montana08/23/2019
    28:15
  6. 14.
    Tanner Cox — Pallid Sturgeon in Montana08/02/2019
    22:30
  7. 15.
    Jonathan Merkle—African wild dogs in South Luangwa National Park06/28/2019
    29:45
  8. 16.
    James Waxe—Sage Grouse Research in Montana (Red Rock Lakes National Wildlife Refuge)06/14/2019
    28:36
  9. 17.
    Michael MacDonald—Caddisflies as Stream Engineers05/14/2019
    31:19
  10. 18.
    Taylor Preul—Conservation Propagation of Westslope Cutthroat Trout04/26/2019
    34:55
  11. 19.
    Holden Reinert (Doing the Work of Beavers to Initiate Ecosystem Restoration)04/11/2019
    26:16
  12. 20.
    Maddie Lewis (From Bass Fishing to Bull Trout)03/29/2019
    15:28
  13. 21.
    Nate Bowersock (Bear Research in Yellowstone National Park)02/08/2019
    24:34
  14. 22.
    Start of Season 2 - Dr. Guy shares what inspired him to start a career in fisheries science, his career development, and this podcast01/21/2019
    46:04
  15. 23.
    Ben Triano (Arctic Grayling in the Big Hole River, Montana)01/02/2019
    23:13
  16. 24.
    Nick Voss (Smallmouth bass as a non-native in the Yellowstone River)12/05/2018
    14:48
  17. 25.
    Michael Coryell (Gut Microbiome and Arsenic)11/02/2018
    24:01
  18. 26.
    Ethan Lula (Ecology of Bighorn Sheep)08/30/2018
    19:12
  19. 27.
    Lauren McGarvey (Burbot Maturation and Identification of Males and Females)08/15/2018
    17:27
  20. 28.
    Michelle Briggs (Amphipod Ecology in Yellowstone Lake)06/25/2018
    14:49
  21. 29.
    Heidi Anderson (Salmonfly Research in Montana)05/29/2018
    22:08
  22. 30.
    Milan Vinks (Conservation of Large Carnivores in Africa)05/11/2018
    18:11
  23. 31.
    Jake Williams (Lake Trout Suppression in Yellowstone Lake)04/27/2018
    12:50
  24. 32.
    Andriana Puchany (Cutthroat Trout Restoration in Yellowstone Park)04/04/2018
    18:05
  25. 33.
    David Laufenberg (Whitebark Pine)03/29/2018
    20:02
  26. 34.
    Michael Yarnall (Turkeys in South Dakota)03/04/2018
    17:02
  27. 35.
    Shannon Hilty (Bat Conservation in Montana)01/19/2018
    14:30
  28. 36.
    Kurt Heim (Cutthrout Trout Conservation)01/02/2018
    24:11

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