Recent Media and Presentations

  1. November 2016.  Retraction Watch.
  2. May 2016. Where Traditional Ecology Meets Technology.
  3. May 2016.  Spotting Cheetahs, Identifying individuals by their footprints.
  4. April 2016.  Spotting the Cheetah.…/…/spotting-the-cheetah-for-earth-day
  5. March 2016.  Otterly Great Work!
  6. October 2015. Come together: collaboration key to harnessing information age technology. In Mongabay WildTech.
  7. June 2015: Collars, Tracks and Fertility: Conservation in Today’s Age. Radio Interview for in Namibia.
  8. Putin’s Tiger – Caught in the Act!
  9. Footprint Identification Technology to the rescue of the Giant Panda.  May 2014.
  10. Monitoring endangered species, without further endangering them.  Nicholas School Magazine, Duke University, Spring 2014.
  11. JMP foreward article Sept 2013
  12. Dare we follow in the Tiger’s footsteps?  National Geographic Big Cats blog Sept 2013
  13. MIT Technology Review.  August 2013.
  14. Naankuse news.  May 2013
  15. National Geographic radio interview (May 8, 2013)
  16. JMP “Analytically speaking” webcast. (Feb 6, 2013)
  17. Amur Tiger in North-East China – a new approach to monitoring using footprints
  18. Financial Times interview. (Feb. 8, 2012)
  19. BBC Radio 4. (Nov. 8, 2010)

Recent presentations

December 2015. Jewell, Z.C. Alibhai, S.K, Pimm, S. & Cummings. (2015) Towards a sustainable, innovative and community-based monitoring protocol for large carnivores in Namibia and China. Report to the Duke Tropical Conservation Initiative, Duke University.

September 2015. Presentation to the Chief Scientist and colleagues of the US Army Research Office on the potential of technology to improve both community and wildlife security and monitoring in Africa.

April 2014. Presentation to the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission on the potential use of FIT to discriminate red wolf from coyote using footprints.

March 2014. Presentation at Google Tech Talks, Google HQ, Mountain View, CA.: In the tiger’s footsteps: An innovative approach to conserving endangered species:

February 2014. Presentations on WildTrack and FIT to the

  1. Wolong Panda Research centre, the China Government Centre for Giant Panda Research and Conservation, Chengdu, China.
  2. Feline Research Institute of the China State Forestry Administration, Ya’an, Chengdu, China.
  3. Chinese Academy of Science, Beijing,
  4. Beijing University
  5. Beijing Forestry University.
  6. JMP Division of the SAS Institute, Beijing, China
  7. Chinese Media including Global Science, China Information World;;;; Scientific American.