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2005 Canon National Parks Science Scholars Program
Canon Scholars' Research Summaries
Natalie Ban from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, is a student at the University of British Columbia (Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada) who is comparing the conservation potential of stakeholder-driven versus science-driven marine reserves election in the province. The Canon Scholar will conduct research in Pacific Rim National Park (British Columbia, Canada) to assess the ability of the latest site selection technology to incorporate social and eco
Contact: Lonnie Shekhtman
American Association for the Advancement of Science