Note for ECOL 406R with Professor Bonine at UA
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Lecture 21 30 Oct 2007 Conservation Practice Conservation Biology ECOL 406R506R University of Arizona Fall 2007 Kevin Bonine Cathy Hulshof 39 Upcoming Readings today Ch 10 Donlan Readings Thurs 01 Nov Exam 2 Thanks to Matt Skroch Q4 due 13 November Conservation Biolo Lab 406L 506L Friday 02 Oct 1230 gt 1530 Sea Turtle MVP Meet 1230h BSE 328 See lab website for more information Debate 15 November 2007 RE Galapagos Conservation Three groups one will debate another will evaluate third will observe then we rotate Debate 1 20 Sept Debate 1 20 Sept Group A debate 506 A assist Group B evaluate 506 B assist Group C Observe 506 C observe Lo Debate 2 23 Oct Debate 2 23 Oct 3 Group A observe 506 A observe Group B debate 506 B assist Group C evaluate 506 C assist Debate 3 15 Nov Debate 3 15 Nov Group A evaluate 506 A assist Group B Observe 506 B observe Group C debate 506 C assist 3 Wednesday October 31 ESE Room 225 1200 Noon This week39s presentation will be by Dr Ed de Steiguer Title SemiArid Rangelands and Carbon Offsets A Look at the Economic Prospects Abstract The carbon offset market is increasingly seen as a voluntary means of mitigating global climate change Currently offsets represents a 21 billion market involving a variety of projects to either reduce carbon dioxide emissions or enhance sequestration possibilities This presentation provides an overview of offset markets and provides a preliminary look at the economic potential of semiarid rangelands to participate 4 The UA Museum of Art invites you to join us as we welcome El Anatsui a celebrated African artist to the University of Arizona Using found materials El Anatsui draws on traditional African idioms and contemporary western art practices to comment on West African culture history and society The artist will give a lecture on his work Thursday November 1st at 4 pm followed by an opening reception for the exhibition at the UA Museum of Art at 5 pm Please see the attached ier for more information We look 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antelope Thanks to Larry Venable via Kathy Gerst Barey Extinct Mammals of the SW North America was like that until only 12000 years ago Our pronghorns probably run so fast because they evolved alongside the American Cheetah Horses and camels evolved in America before moving to the old world We got rippedoff by our Clovis hunter predecessors 13 Barey Extinct Mammals of the SW Bison latfrons longhorn bison Cameops Hemiauchenia Horse Euceratherium shrub ox Nothrotheriops shastensis Shasta ground sloth Tapirus tapir Mammuthus caumb M a m m oth Mammut Mastodon Panthera jag uar Panthera lea atrox American lion Cans drus dire wolf 14 Rewilding of North America 0 Start with nonthreatening herbivores o The 50kg Bolson tortoise Gopherus avomargnatus still in Mexico 0 Feral horses Equus cabalus and asses E asnus critically endangered Asian asses E hemonus and Przewalski39s horse E pzewaskI o Bactrian camels Cameus bactranus now on the verge of extinction in the Gobi desert Rewilding of North America Then bring in the big guys on private prope small numbers of African cheetahs Acnonyxjubatus Asian Eephas maxmus and African Loxodonta afn39cana elephants and lions Panthera lea Eventually create 39ecological history parks39 covering vast areas of economically depressed parts of the Great Plains Perimeter fencing would limit the movements of otherwise freeroaming ungulates elephants and large carnivores like parks in Africa 15 a Large Area rammed v Consevvatmn value Pulenha mman R I T szH I WW Tune a establishment 5 3395 mum mum nwimingln Nmn America s H Equot vamwnl horsesEqnmmlm numl p mm m hm Ir U n 1mM mlmmmm gum wwwmmm mm mm mm mm H and Imma1 he um numuleand ne mlmml m minn pmxin uulind Inrgewnuhnucx b nnwna unmluuaml A39u ng a mh39 nlmmrnrcdrsl m IL39Inm mpv H Pun halcmnumknlln almllmwrsmpumn lm I Law W Eznlogmal rate emsyslem mlevacthy Hm mg n U m quotI 5 H H 3 Law 31 W Famine emnom cu lma mnlhu H s Aguml M ax Cuquot m Cunwwnnun WW um A mm 32 16 a IntePrersmene I A mu gm 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Do we have an ethical obligation to restore What do we restore to 35 18
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