Cheryl Blair just returned from the 3rd Conference of the North American Pika Consortium in Golden, Colorado, where she presented an overview of her thesis work entitled ‘Survival in a low elevation, human-modified landscape: the American Pika’. Cheryl also was co-author on another talk led by our collaborators, Matthew Waterhouse and Mike Rusello from UBC-Okanagan (Genetic evidence for restricted dispersal in American pika across a human-modified landscape).
Monthly Archives: April 2015
A great talk on how to give a talk…..
Something all graduate students should watch!