First Advisor

John Sakulich

Second Advisor

Amy Schreier


Regis College

Degree Name

MS Environmental Biology

Document Type

Thesis - Open Access


Chapter 1. Mitigating Human-Coyote Conflict Requires an Understanding of What Facilitates Coyote Use of Urban Spaces

Chapter 2. Investigating Attractants and Deterrents to Coyotes in The Urban Landscape

Chapter 3. Bull Asian Elephants at Denver Zoo Engage in Less Daytime and Nighttime Stereotypy When Housed Socially Compared to When Housed Alone

Chapter 4. Mitigating Wolf-Human Conflict Through Cooperation, Education, and Planning

Date of Award

Spring 2022

Location (Creation)

Colorado (state); Denver (county); Denver (inhabited place)

Rights Statement

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