Climate change Caribou

Modeling cumulative effects of climate and development on moose, wolf, and caribou populations

Rempel, Robert S.;Carlson, Matthew;Rodgers, Arthur R.;Shuter, Jennifer L.;Farrell, Claire E.;Cairns, Devin;Stelfox, Brad;Hunt, Len M.;Mackereth, Robert W.;Jackson, Janet M.


Recommended citation

Rempel, Robert S.;Carlson, Matthew;Rodgers, Arthur R.;Shuter, Jennifer L.;Farrell, Claire E.;Cairns, Devin;Stelfox, Brad;Hunt, Len M.;Mackereth, Robert W.;Jackson, Janet M. (2021). Modeling cumulative effects of climate and development on moose, wolf, and caribou populations. The Journal of Wildlife Management. https://doi.org/10.1002/jwmg.22094

Claire Farrell

Claire Farrell

Science and Youth Coordinator

Natural resource development

Natural resource development

From the start of European colonization, Canada’s economy has been focused on natural resource extraction.

Rising to the twin challenge of climate change and biodiversity loss

Rising to the twin challenge of climate change and biodiversity loss

While it is easy to lose hope in these challenging times, we think there have been some important signs of progress this year.
Justina Ray

Northern Inspiration: Bringing science and youth together in the Moose Cree Homeland

Northern Inspiration: Bringing science and youth together in the Moose Cree Homeland

I was on my way north to Moose Factory to attend the Moose Cree Career Fair and represent Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) Canada in my role as a scientist studying lake sturgeon in rivers running through Moose Cree traditional territory.
Claire Farrell