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Brian McLaren

Awarded a Ph.D. in Forest Sciences from Michigan Technological University in 1995, where he participated in the wolf-moose research program in Isle Royale National Park, Dr. Brian McLaren has specialized in animal population dynamics and plant-animal interactions, first as a Biometrician and then a Regional Ecologist in the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador. Since 2004 he has been a faculty member in Natural Resources Management at Lakehead University and since 2012 he has worked part time in Ecuador, where he expanded his interests in ecosystem study to include agroecology and livestock management.

Behavioral Trials Of Farmed Elk Show Effects Of Group Feeding

Free-ranging herbivores typically aggregate when they are feeding, though at first glance, if they are making a good choice, we might ask how occupying the same area is not just a cost in terms of competition for food. Speculating why […]