Summary: The Yellowstone to Yukon vision is an interconnected system of wild lands and waters stretching from the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem to the northern Yukon, harmonizing the needs of people with those of nature.  As well as providing wildlife habitat and holding important ecological values, outdoor spaces are places where people recreate. Identifying how and where people and wildlife co-occur in landscapes is an important part of “large landscape” conservation. This multi-year applied research project is concluding its second year. This 2-year position will build on the first phase of the project that focused on identifying and mapping where people recreate in the Y2Y region, and beginning to compile and model the ecological impacts of different types and in

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