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Taryn Bromser-Kloeden

Taryn Bromser-Kloeden

Taryn Bromser-Kloeden is a PhD student in George Mason University's environmental science policy program. As an environmental anthropologist with an M.S. in anthrozoology, her research focuses on the intersection of the natural and social sciences, especially in the areas of human-wildlife conflict and climate change adaptation. Her talk will detail the optimistic and promising results of a recent collaboration with Mongolian researchers on local experiences of climate and land changes.

Summit Sessions

Bird Friendly Coffee Show with Student Lightning Talks

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