Director, Caribou Monitoring Unit, British Columbia, Canada
Dr. Serrouya’s main research focus has been to test recovery options for caribou and other species by implementing adaptive management experiments. He specializes on broad-scale processes, particularly how forestry and energy extraction affect trophic interactions within ecosystems that, until recently, had little early–seral vegetation. A recurring theme of his work is how altered vegetation, from old forests to shrubs, affects the abundance and interactions among herbivores and carnivores.
Panelist: “Reducing Wolf Populations: Exploring Motivations, Methods, Efficacy and Alternatives “