Conflict and Coexistence: Examining the human-wildlife interface

In a feature for the Spring 2017 issue of Breakthroughs, an alumni magazine published by UC Berkeley's College of Natural Resources, I cover the work of two Berkeley researchers who have set their sights on the human-wildlife interface: Arthur Middleton, studying elk migrations of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, and Justin Brashares, studying, among other things, the return of large carnivores to California. 

The article has great art -- and is, I hope, an informative and enjoyable read. Check it out here.

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