This is short notice, but I figure very few of the blog’s readership will be able to attend, unfortunately. Tomorrow, Monday, October 1st, the National University of Mongolia hosts a conference on climate change and ecosystems. At 11:00 I’ll give a presentation on the preliminary results from our three summers of interview surveys in Mongolia, a summary of future wolverine research options here, and a short discussion of possible links between North American and Mongolian wolverine research. The conference is being held in the main building of the National University. I’ll post a write-up here on the blog sometime in the next few weeks.
I hate public speaking, so I’m sitting here trying to figure out how not to faint. On second thought, it would probably be better if no one I know shows up – so if you are by chance in UB and thinking of attending, stay away and just check back here for the summary.