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Using community photography to investigate phenology: A case study of coat molt in the mountain goat (Oreamnos americanus) with missing data

Nowak, K.;Berger, J.;Panikowski, A.;Reid, D. G.;...;Beckmann, J. P.;Richards, S. A.


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Nowak, K.;Berger, J.;Panikowski, A.;Reid, D. G.;...;Beckmann, J. P.;Richards, S. A. (2020). Using community photography to investigate phenology: A case study of coat molt in the mountain goat (Oreamnos americanus) with missing data. Ecology and Evolution. https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.6954

Donald Reid

Donald Reid

Emeritus Scientist

Reflecting on Canadian Mountain Network’s Knowledge Sharing Summit 2023

Reflecting on Canadian Mountain Network’s Knowledge Sharing Summit 2023

Cheyenne MacDonald, BSc, L'nua'tikete'w/Indigenous Relations Associate, reflects on September’s Canadian Mountain Network’s (3rd annual) Braiding Knowledge Sharing Summit
Cheyenne MacDonald

Singing from the same song sheet: bringing the climate and biodiversity agendas together

Singing from the same song sheet: bringing the climate and biodiversity agendas together

Earlier this month in Dubai at the COP28 climate talks, the world’s countries finally agreed that addressing the climate crisis will require a “transition away” from fossil fuels.
Justina Ray