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AI Seminar 61: Rebecca Hutchinson

Cross-validation for Geospatial Problems

From  Prasad Tadepalli 5 plays

The Great Pacific Northwest Salmon Conundrum

Dr. Robert T. Lackey, Department of Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Sciences at Oregon State University, analyzes the failure of Pacific Northwest salmon recovery efforts. Billions have…

From  Robert Lackey 189 plays

AI Seminar 32 - Iadine Chades

Developing AI Decision Tools for Conservation

From  Prasad Tadepalli 3 plays

How Federal Employees Implement the Endangered Species Act

Elizabeth R. Jackson and Dr. Robert T. Lackey discuss the challenges of implementing the Endangered Species Act (ESA). ESA grants legal automatic standing to any individual or party willing…

From  Robert Lackey 111 plays

Top Ten Reasons Why Wild Salmon Runs Collapsed

Dr. Robert T. Lackey, Department of Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Sciences, Oregon State University presentation at the Trout Unlimited (Corvallis Chapter) meeting, February 1, 2022. The…

From  Robert Lackey 3,775 plays

Missouri River Recover Program

NR 455 Winter 2021

From  Janean Creighton 39 plays

Future of West Coast Salmon: Policy Case Study

Dr. Robert T. Lackey, Professor, Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Oregon State University, presents a lecture, Future of West Coast Salmon: Policy Case Study, January, 2021.

From  Robert Lackey 167 plays

Co-Management of threatened species in New Zealand

NR 455 Winter 2021

From  Janean Creighton 67 plays

Oregon Ecoregions: The Coast Range--Survivors In the Sand

The Oregon Coast Ecoregion is a complex web of interaction between human and nature. Examples include the introduction of European beach grass and it's effect on the very geometry of the coast;…

From  Alan Dennis 249 plays

Behind the Research Featuring Dr. Michael P. Nelson

The content presented in this episode primarily pertains to the research themes and interests of Dr. Michael P. Nelson's program. The material used in this episode is from a conversation…

From  Joseph Hulbert 79 plays

Introduction: Oregon Forest Pest Detectors

This short video introduces the Oregon Forest Pest Detector program, which aims to equip green industry professionals and outdoor volunteers to be able to identify invasive forest pests (such as the…

From  Brandy Saffell 367 plays

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Title: Bullfrogs and Other Threats to Aquatic Ecosystems. Tiffany Garcia, associate professor in the Department of Fisheries and Wildlife at Oregon State University, discusses the threat of bullfrogs…

From  Nick Houtman 163 plays

Food For Thought Mark Lynas Bottom Line

Mark Lynas outlines his presentation, "The God Species: How the planet can survive the age of humans"

From  Eric Gleske 109 plays

Food For Thought Mark Lynas Questions

Mark Lynas responds to audience question after presenting "The God Species: How the planet can survive the age of humans"

From  Eric Gleske 53 plays

Food For Thought Mark Lynas "The God Species" Lecture

Lecture: "The God Species: How the planet can survive the age of humans." Author Mark Lynas discusses the nine planetary boundaries, including climate change, that humans are threatening to…

From  Eric Gleske 923 plays

Climate and the Endangered Species Act (ESA)

Kaush Arha, former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Fisheries, Wildlife & Parks in the United States Department of the Interior, on campus under Boone and Crockett Program outreach, lectures on…

From  cof_fmc@oregonstate.edu FMC 29 plays

Starker Lecture - Tom Atzet: The Case of the Biscuit Fire (October 23, 2003)

October 23, 2003. Tom Atzet: The Case of the Biscuit Fire. Dr. Tom Atzet, Forest Ecologist, USDA Forest Service, Siskiyou National Forest.

From  Jessica Fitzmorris 46 plays