UCLA study aims to improve interaction between LA residents, wildlife.

UCLA study aims to improve interaction between LA residents, wildlife.

With a prize of $225,000 from UCLA’s Sustainable LA Grand Challenge, the researchers will survey residents and study mammals such as squirrels, raccoons and possums in a three-part study starting next quarter.

The three parts, which involve studying pathogens animals carry, learning how humans interact with mammals and documenting biodiversity in Los Angeles, will help researchers learn about how humans and animals influence each other.

http://dailybruin.com/2017/03/06/ucla-study-aims-to-improve-interaction-between-la-residents-wildlife/

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