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HUMAN-ANIMAL RELATIONSHIPS IN TOURISM AND ANTHROPOLOGICAL RESEARCH
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Reviewed By: Anthropology and Environment Society
Sunday, December 7, 2014: 10:00 AM-11:45 AM

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Chair:  Andrea Elizabeth Murray (Hamilton College)
10:00 AM
Touring Vulnerable Ecologies:Transplanting Coral and Stakeholders in Okinawa, Japan
Andrea Elizabeth Murray (Harvard University and Hamilton College)
10:30 AM
Elephants Never Forget, but Museums Do: Investigating Under-Documented Objects in Museum Collections
Meghan Sue Mulkerin (Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of Natural History, Department of Anthropology)
10:45 AM
Building Models of Coupled Human and Natural Systems
Albert Klaas Drent (Ohio State University), Mark Moritz (Ohio State University) and Mouazamou Ahmadou (University of Maroua)
11:00 AM
Thriving, Naturally!: Florida’s Rhesus Monkeys and Their Interface with Humans Along the Silver River
Erin P Riley (San Diego State University) and Tiffany W Wade (San Diego State University)
11:15 AM
Discussion