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Episode 8: Ranching, Wildfires, & Global Sustainability

Dr. Richard Gill discusses his global research projects including climate change on the Wasatch Plateau, ranch sustainability in Colorado, reef studies in Samoa, and wildfires in the Mojave Desert.

Dr. Gill shares his research and discusses the connection between the ecology of a place and the communities of people that inhabit it, and how scientists can protect socially and ecologically vulnerable populations by collaborating equally with them. Unless they’re sharks. He found out they’re typically not open to collaboration.

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Richard Gill, PhD, is an ecologist and department chair in biology at Brigham Young University.

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