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Elizabeth Clark

Department of Biology
Washington University in St. Louis
Counting Sheep: Bighorn Sheep and Mountain Lions in the American West

In this case study, students hear arguments on both sides of a debate over wildlife management and must integrate ethical and scientific perspectives to formulate their own opinions. The case as written is most appropriate for an environmental ethics or policy course, but could also be used in an introductory or interdisciplinary environmental studies course.