Other Species

BIOLOGY AND CONSERVATION OF BLAKISTON’S FISH-OWLS (Ketupa Blakistoni) IN RUSSIA
Author(s): J.C. Slaght, S.G. Surmach
CHASING A GIANT
Author(s): J. Slaght
Journal/Source: Wildlife Conservation
DENNING ECOLOGY OF BROWN AND ASIATIC BLACK BEARS IN THE RUSSIAN FAR EAST
Author(s): Seryodkin, I.V., A.V. Kostyria, J M. Goodrich, D G. Miquelle & E.N. Smirnov
ECOLOGY OF SYMPATRIC BROWN AND HIMALAYAN BEARS IN THE SIKHOTE-ALIN BIOSPHERE RESERVE, RUSSIA
Author(s): Hornocker Wildlife Institute
GIANTS UNDER SEIGE
Author(s): G. Raygorodetsky
NOT JUST ANY BEARS
Author(s): G. Raygorodetsky
Description/Abstract: FEW PLACES ARE AS PRISTINE AND LITTLE KNOWN AS KAMCHATKA
ON THE LYNX
Author(s): J. Goodrich
Description/Abstract: IN THE RUSSIAN FAR EAST, WCS RESEARCHERS TRACK LYNX TO LEARN ABOUT THEIR RELATIONSHIP TO OTHER CARNIVORES
THE LAST BEAR
Author(s): G. Raygorodetsky

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UPCOMING WORKSHOPS (2017-2018)

Statistical Analysis in Program R: November 2017, Sikhote-Alin Research Center, Ternei, Russia
In contrast to several decades ago, biological studies today must be backed by rigorous statistical methods to be considered credible. The statistical program known simply as R is currently being used in an overwhelming majority of biological studies being published today. With huge analytical advantages over Statistica, the statistics program most-used in Russia, R is actually much easier to use (once an initial learning curve has been mastered). Our goal with this workshop is to help participants overcome their fear of statistics in general, and of R in particular. This workshop will target graduate students and early-career professionals.