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[Webinar] Climate Change and Cutthroat Trout Conservation in the Southern Rocky Mountains

Date and Time: Dec 7, 2017  12-1pm MST
Speaker: James J. Roberts, U.S. Geological Survey, Colorado Water Science Center, Fort Collins, CO
In the southern Rocky Mountains, native cutthroat trout are facing multiple stressors including nonnative species invasions (brook trout), habitat fragmentation, and climate change. MORE INFORMATION>>>

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