Tue, Jul 12|
Living with Climate Change: How Behavior Can Help Species Cope
Embere Hall Science, Research and Analysis Unit Supervisor, Wyoming Game & Fish Department, Adjunct Professor, University of Wyoming Photo Credit: Melia Devivo
Time & Location
Jul 12, 2022, 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM
About the event
Replay Available Here.
Embere's professional interests revolve around the intersection of science and resource management. She currently serves as the Science, Research and Analysis Unit Supervisor for the Wyoming Game & Fish Department, and as an adjunct professor at the University of Wyoming. In these roles she thinks a lot about how wildlife adjust to new environments, and management strategies that promote species resilience. Prior to joining the Game & Fish Department she served as a Research Scientist with the Wyoming Cooperative Fish & Wildlife Research Unit. When she's not at work, Embere enjoys all things outside - kayaking, skiing, backpacking, road biking and generally exploring the world.