Guest Blog by Boise State University graduate student, Tara Easter Wildlife populations in Gorongosa National Park in the Sofala Province of Mozambique are currently recovering from almost complete eradication after a long civil war. Antelope, baboons, and warthogs have come back in the … Read more »
We are excited to announce the most recent addition to the Human-Environment Systems Team! Vicken Hillis received his PhD from the University of California, Davis in Environmental Policy and Human Ecology and is joining us in the Fall from a Visiting Scholar position … Read more »
A paper written by Neil Carter, assistant professor in the Human-Environment Systems Research Center in the College of Innovation and Design at Boise State University, and John Linnell, a senior research scientist at the Norwegian Institute for Nature Research, was published in the … Read more »
We’ve all heard that too many chefs spoil the broth. But we also believe that many hands make light work. The truth, it seems, lies somewhere in between. Success relies on how many people it takes to get the job done, what skills … Read more »
See Jodi’s research that was recently covered by Mongabay!
Megan Maksimowicz is passionate about research, and she gets a lot of practice at it as a graduate student in the Department of Geosciences. A Wichita native, Maksimowicz received her undergraduate degree from the University of Kansas in Lawrence before moving to Boise. … Read more »