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Tony Clevenger’s Wolverine Research Highlighted in Canadian Geographic

A reporter for Canadian Geographic spent the day with Road Ecology researcher Tony Clevenger, to learn more about his research on wolverine populations in the Canadian Rockies. In “How Highways are Hurting the Wolverine’s Genetic Diversity,” journalist Fraser Los describes how Tony collects and studies hair samples left behind by wolverines, to better understand where they live and move through the mountain ecosystems, and how the movements have changed over time. Read the full article here. The research will also be featured in the December 2016 print issue of Canadian Geographic.