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Master of Environmental Science and Management: Master's Group Project

Managing the Impacts of Environmental Education in Protected Areas: A Case Study at the Jack and Laura Dangermond Preserve

Five students and faculty mentors posing for a photo

Group Members: Daphne Virlar, Tess Hooper, Priscilla Hare, Robert Heim, Jessica Gomez

Faculty Advisors: Sarah Anderson

Client: The Nature Conservancy


Project Proposal
Final Presentation
Final Report


The project analyzed the potential ecological impacts of environmental education and other activities on the Jack and Laura Dangermond Preserve in Lompoc, California as a case study, and to develop a long term monitoring program that can be used by preserve management agencies.

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