Associations and Co-Occurrence of Nebraskan Sportspersons

Alisha Grams

University of Nebraska - Lincoln

My name is Alisha and I am originally from Hector, Minnesota. I received my bachelor's degree from the University of Minnesota-Crookston in natural resources and I am currently pursuing my master's degree in applied ecology at the University of Nebraska - Lincoln, where I am working on a human dimensions project looking at the barriers to small game and big game hunting in Nebraska. 

Abstract

With the sales of hunting and fishing permits generating over $1 billion in economic returns for Nebraska, the importance of sportspersons is essential in managing and conserving natural resources. However, the dependence upon... [ view full abstract ]

Authors

  1. Alisha Grams (University of Nebraska - Lincoln)
  2. Nathaniel Price (University of Nebraska - Lincoln)
  3. Christopher Chizinski (University of Nebraska - Lincoln)

Topic Area

Topics: Hunting and Fishing

Session

W-1C » Demographics of Hunting License Purchases (08:00 - Wednesday, 20th September, Assembly Hall C)

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