The Endangered Species Act quietly entered middle age at the end December. In preparation for the event, Dan Evans (an AAAS Fellow working for the Forest Service), Mike Scott (US Fish & Wildlife Service and UI Distinguished Professor), and Professor Goble met nearly three years ago to discuss bringing together a multidisciplinary group of conservation […]
Professors Cosens and Goble join a team in a recent publication in Biological Conservation on A riparian conservation network for ecological resilience. The article, led by Dr. Alexander Fremier of Washington State University suggests that river corridors are emerging as potential migration corridors as climate change unfolds due to the location of protected lands. In […]
Congratulations to Professor Dale Goble who has been awarded the title of University Distinguished Professor, a testament to his truly outstanding work as a faculty member and scholar of the College of Law. Professor Goble teaches natural resources law (including public land law and wildlife law), natural resources history, and torts. His scholarship focuses on […]
Congratulations to University of Idaho College of Law Professor Dale Goble, quoted in yesterday’s article “Changes sought for endangered act” by Matthew Brown from the Associated Press. Way to go, Professor Goble! This is a great accomplishment for Goble and the College of Law.
On December 23, 2013, the Endangered Species Act turned 40. Rather than looking back at the Act’s legacy, Goble and Mike Scott (CNR emeritus & USGS ret.) convened a roundtable with the assistance of a small steering committee — John Fay (Fish & Wildlife Service Ret.), Frank Davis (UC Santa Barbara & National Center For […]
From October 24th through the 26th, a diverse group of experts on the Endangered Species Act gathered in Coeur d’Alene to discuss how the administration of the Act could be improved in a time of rapid change. In preparation for the conversation, groups of participants wrote ten white papers to focus discussions. Two-and-a-half days of […]
The Christian Science Monitor quoted Professors Dale Goble and Rich Seamon in an October 3, 2013, article on the closure of national parks during the federal government shutdown. The article quoted Prof. Goble on the difficult issue of barring the public from public lands: “Part of the hubbub around the closings is that for many, […]
Dale Goble, Schimke Distinguished Professor, presented two papers at a workshop at the National Conservation Training Center in Shepardstown, West Virginia, at the end of August. The papers — The ESA and the Utility of Simplicity and Normativity and the Endangered Species Act — will become the introductory sections in an Issues in Ecology paper […]