Coexisting with Carnivores: CEMML Helps Edwards Air Force Base Manage Human-Wildlife Balance

June 28, 2022

A CEMML team of wildlife experts at Edwards Air Force Base in California is trapping coyotes and bobcats and fitting them with GPS collars to better understand their movements and monitor changes in their population. The project also aims to educate base residents on the animals’ behavior and the important role these and other carnivores play in helping to maintain a healthy ecosystem.

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Center for Environmental Management

Military Lands

CEMML is a multidisciplinary team of natural, physical, and social scientists.

We work closely with the Department of Defense and other agencies to inform management of natural and cultural resources consistent with achieving mission-specific and societal goals. CEMML is part of Colorado State University’s Warner College of Natural Resources.

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Center for Environmental Management

Military Lands

CEMML is a multidisciplinary team of natural, physical, and social scientists.

We work closely with the Department of Defense and other agencies to inform management of natural and cultural resources consistent with achieving mission-specific and societal goals. CEMML is part of Colorado State University’s Warner College of Natural Resources.

What We Do

The Center for Environmental Management of Military Lands (CEMML) has supported military readiness and resource conservation on federal lands for nearly four decades, working primarily with the Department of Defense, as well as other federal departments and agencies. CEMML employs a team of full-time, in-house principal investigators. Our team of natural, physical, and social scientists is skilled in project management and implementation in the federal context.

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