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Center Students Organize Ecotourism Workshop

Biologist, Students Promote Research on Sustainable Ecotourism

From Madagascar to Mississippi: New Scientist Joins the Center

The Center for Biodiversity and Conservation Research welcomes its newest member, Dr. Shane Abeare, a Postdoctoral Research Associate in the Department of Biology. Dr. Abeare came to the University of Mississippi in June to work with the Gulf of Mexico Citizen Science Initiative. This project, led by Center directors Glenn Parsons and Richard Buchholz, aims […]

Center Member’s Project Helps Birds and Farmers

Helping Farms be in Harmony with Nature

Professional Affiliates Publish Review of Dam Effects

July 16, 2021 The red swamp crayfish (Procambarus clarkii), better known as “crawfish” when we eat them, is just one of over 600 species of crayfish worldwide. Although crawfish are farmed and harvested in large numbers, and are at no risk of population decline, other crayfish species are not so lucky. Crayfish ecology experts, and […]

The CBCR Welcomes Two New Student Members

July 13, 2021 Ole Miss students with both a love of the outdoors and an interest in science have a choice of several courses in animal and plant ecology that appeal to their passions. Two of those that found their way to the Conservation Biology course of Dr. Glenn Parsons, CBCR Executive Director, have now […]