Dr. Mark S. Boyce is a professor and Alberta Conservation Association chair in Fisheries and Wildlife Biology at the University of Alberta. He has published extensively on bears in Alberta. Dr. Boyce was named Safari Club International Conservationist of the Year for 2007, Killam Professor in 2011, Fellow of The Wildlife Society in 2012, Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada 2014, and ASTech Award for Outstanding Leadership in Science, 2014.
Annie Loosen is coordinating the Black Bear Monitoring Project. She is a Master’s student in the Boyce Lab in the Department of Biological Sciences at the University of Alberta. She has over nine years of field research experience in North America. She received her undergraduate degree in Biology from Macalester College and has been working on the Grizzly Bear Monitoring Project since 2013.
Andrea Morehouse is the Grizzly Bear Monitoring Project Coordinator. Andrea has been researching grizzly bears in southwestern Alberta since 2011. She received her B.Sc. from Tufts University, and worked on several wildlife projects across North America before coming to Alberta to pursue her M.Sc. in ecology researching wolf diets. Andrea is a PhD candidate in the Boyce Lab in the Department of Biological Sciences at the University of Alberta.
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