UPDATE: Fall 2021
Mason Libraries FAQ page (https://library.gmu.edu/faq-page) and our Library Services Updates page (https://library.gmu.edu/covid-19-updates.) Library hours are here ( https://library.gmu.edu/library-hours .)
For Research Help: Kimberly Hoffman, Subject Liaison for ESP, AOES & Geology
I will be working at Mercer Library on the SciTech Campus, and Fenwick Library on the Fairfax Campus. I will be checking my email regularly during this time. Library instruction and Research meetings will be conducted via email, Zoom or Blackboard Collaborate. Thanks, Kim
Welcome to the Conservation Biology InfoGuide.
Use this guide to discover Conservation Biology resources available to you at Mason.
Threats to the biodiversity of our environment are ever-evolving. To counter these threats and protect our endangered species, the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute (SCBI) and George Mason University established the Smithsonian-Mason School of Conservation (SMSC).
At the Smithsonian-Mason School of Conservation, students in this one minute video talk about their classroom being the outdoors, the supportive community, and the professional practices they learn during their semester in the field. They are taught by prominent conservationists, researchers, educators, and Mother Nature herself.
The following guides may be useful for doing research in Conservation Biology