Term Archive: PVA

Metamodel Paper in PLOS ONE

December 19, 2013

We are proud to share an important paper on the use of metamodels for transdisciplinary species risk assessments. The paper's lead author is Bob Lacy, Chicago Zoological Society's Senior Conservation Scientist and CBSG's Science Advisor.

Publications tools, PVA, population modeling

Published: September eUpdate

September 29, 2013

Our most recent eUpdate contains the latest projects from CBSG, including wildlife disease risk analysis training in Singapore, a meeting with the Species Conservation Planning Subcommittee in Oxford, and the exciting publication of WAZA Magazine 14: Towards Integrated Species Conservation, which f

Publications PVA, training, DRA, publication

Sonoran Pronghorn Recovery in North America

July 25, 2013

The Sonoran pronghorn (Antilocapra americana sonoriensis) was one of the first species declared Endangered in the United States, receiving Federal protection under the new Endangered Species Preservation Act in 1967. These pronghorn are the fastest land mammal in North America, and are specially adapted to survive in the hot, dry conditions of their range in Arizona and Mexico.

Workshops PHVA, PVA, sonoran pronghorn