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BRS: Amy Dickman "Warriors, Women and Wildlife: Big Cat Conservation in Tanzania and Beyond"
October 14, 2020
Topic: Dr. Amy Dickman - "Warriors, Women and Wildlife: Big Cat Conservation in Tanzania and Beyond"
Start Time : Oct 14, 2020 12:47 PM
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TIME CHANGE to 1-2pm! lunch with grads from 2-2:30pm!
host: BRAES Adam Ford
Dr Amy Dickman, Director, Ruaha Carnivore Project, Tanzania
Dr Amy Dickman is the Founder and Director of Oxford University's Ruaha Carnivore Project. She has worked in Africa for over 20 years, specialising in human-carnivore conflict and community-based conservation. She has published over 80 papers and book chapters on large carnivore conservation, is a National Geographic Explorer and has won international awards for her conservation work.
Biodiversity Research Seminar Series (BRS)