University of Alberta

Clayton Lamb

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Clayton Lamb, MSc Student

Limitations to grizzly bear (Ursus arctos) population growth in a multiple-use landscape
Clayton's research is on population regulation and habitat selection of grizzly bears. In particular, he is interested in examining how spatial and temporal factors affect regional patterns in population density, including patterns in huckleberry, and how these factors interact to regulate grizzly bear populations. When not collecting grizzly bear hair, he spends his time in the backcountry hunting, fishing and backpacking.

Co-supervised by Dr. Scott Nielsen
Last Modified:2014-05-29