Montana State University-Bozeman
CENTER FOR BISON AND WILDLIFE HEALTH
Welcome to the Center for Bison Studies at Montana State University-Bozeman
What you are viewing is an effort by the CBS to allow easy access
to important information on the American Bison (Bison bison Linnaeus).
The Center for Bison Studies is at Montana State University-Bozeman. The primary mission
of the Center
is to serve as a regional center for information exchange and research on all
of the biology and management of the American bison. This includes research on
and parasite identifications, transmission, and control; nutrition and
studies; genetic studies; studies on grading and marketing; range science and
studies; growth and production studies; and ecology. Specific
include: coordination or assistance with
conferences or symposia with the publication of conference
establishment of an affiliates directory with affiliates being encouraged to
visit the center
periodically for seminars, conferences or short term research projects;
collaborative work with affiliates and local personnel in the application for
research funding; and a central repository of information on the American bison
scientific publications, computerized databases and related reference material.
The following are available from the CBS:
The 1997 Symposium Proceedings is Available
Meetings, Symposia and Convention Announcements
Bibliographies with Abstracts of over 200 Articles
Current Articles of Interest
Bison-related Book List
For more information about Center for Bison and Wildlife Health contact
firstname.lastname@example.org or call (406) 994-6255 (serious or scientific
Additional information can be found at the
National Bison Association Web Site.
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