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Human Dimensions of Conservation Medicine

The top video, from NIAID (National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, NIH), Tracking Ebola in the Congo Jungle (Oct. 2012), documents how HIAID scientists and public health officials from the Republic of Congo search for Ebola.

The middle video, from National Geographic, Battle for the Elephants Episode 2: Criminal Traders Exposed (Feb. 2013), explores the criminal network behind a supply of illicit ivory in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

The bottom video, from Tufts University's Environmental Biology (ENVS 7) Digital Storytelling Project, Oily Sands: A Sticky Situation, presents the environmental impacts and issues surrounding petroleum comapnies use of 'tar sands' technology to extract crude oil in Alberta, Canada.


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