This project focused on dilemmas of political biogeography through a case study of wildlife conservation and management efforts in the transboundary Cascadia region. Our team examined the interface of political science and biogeography, or “political biogeography,” through its manifestations in the evolving opportunities and barriers to regional wildlife conservation in the shared terrestrial ecosystems of British Columbia and Washington. Our research combined content analysis of policy documents and semi-structured stakeholder interviews and questionnaires.
Abel, Troy D.; Pelc, Jenni; Miller, Lauren F.; Quarre, Jacqueline; and Mork, Kathryn, "Borders, Barriers, and Breakthroughs in the Cascadia Corridor" (2011). Border Policy Research Institute Publications. 74.
Subjects - Topical (LCSH)
Biogeography--Political aspects--North Cascades (B.C. and Wash.); Wildlife conservation--Political aspects--North Cascades (B.C. and Wash.); Wildlife management--Political aspects--North Cascades (B.C. and Wash.)
North Cascades (B.C. and Wash.)