Stephen Dunbar - Here's Looking at You : Using New Photo ID and Mapping Techniques in Sea Turtle Research
The idea that research is fundamental to natural resource management is one that can result in conflict because both community interests and government agencies may have very different priorities: income earning and complying with laws and conventions. For both private industry and governments, supporting decisions with research findings may not be considered important. In such cases, how can conservation researchers find ways to resolve conflicts among all interests? Professor Dunbar's recent experiences proved some practical steps for bringing the parties to the table so that conservation research can move forward for the benefit of all involved.
E.O. Grundset, Stephen Dunbar, Lecture, Sea Turtles
Southern Adventist University, "Stephen Dunbar - Here's Looking at You : Using New Photo ID and Mapping Techniques in Sea Turtle Research" (2016). E.O. Grundset Lecture Series. 30.