Survey about your experience with and perspective on encountering bears (not in captivity)
This survey is part of a PhD project and intends to record Alaska's
residents perspectives and experiences encountering bears in the wild
over the last 30 years. This research intends to evaluate circumstances
and locations of bear encounters in relation to urbanization and people's
perspectives, with the goal to inform wildlife management.
You will be asked about encounters you have had with bears (not in captivity), how those
encounters affected you, about your recreational activities, and your general perceptions regarding
bears. Please mark all that apply.
For further information, please contact:
Kim Jochum, PhD candidate
Resilience and Adaptive Management (RAM) Group, University of Alaska Anchorage &
Biology and Wildlife Department, University of Alaska Fairbanks
RAM Group, Biological Sciences, UAA
3101 Science Circle, Anchorage, AK 99508, USA