James Foley

James Foley

Mar 17, 2017

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About This Project

The Ethiopian Wolf is the most endangered canid in the world and the most endangered carnivore in Africa. Less than 500 remain with none in captivity. They are primarily threatened by diseases spread from domestic dogs. We will collect data on the movement of dogs, combine it with data from Ethiopian Wolves and viruses to use cutting edge simulation modelling to trial various conservation strategies with the aim of producing a management plan.

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