Caribou Research Awarded Canadian Journal of Zoology Editor’s Choice

A recent article by Caslys team members published in the Canadian Journal of Zoology has been highlighted as the Editor’s Choice! These publications are a part of Canada’s largest independent leader in mobilizing science-based knowledge. Canadian scientists are faced with many hurdles to overcome in wildlife management, one of which is maintaining the connectivity of species population through the conservation of their migration corridors. This article explores the effects of roads on barren-ground caribou in Northern Canadian regions using spatial and temporal models. To read the full article and to learn more about the impacts of road networks on caribou migration, please visit: About Caslys For over 20 years, Caslys Consulting Ltd. has taken pride in offering a wide range of high-quality geospatial services for both environmental and natural resource management industries. Our focus is on interpreting and analyzing data to deliver cost-effective solutions and help our clients make better informed decisions. We specialize in Geographic Information Systems (GIS), remote sensing, information management and application development to meet the needs of both public and private sector clients within Canada and abroad. As a company, Caslys Consulting combines strong technical skills in our specialized fields with the ability to effectively communicate technical results and complex products to help show our clients how it can be used for meaningful decision making. We also understand the importance of sustainability and take pride in promoting sustainable initiatives and practices to help improve the communities we are working in. Caslys Consulting Ltd. acknowledges and respect the Lək̓ʷəŋən peoples and W̱SÁNEĆ Nations on whose traditional territory the Caslys office is located. We thank them for their strength and resilience in protecting this land and aspire to uphold our responsibilities according to their example. Barren-ground Caribou image source: John Nagy/GNWT

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