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Subcommittees

 

Various GYCC subcommittees carry out the on-going coordination of management activities in the Greater Yellowstone Area.  Click on each Subcommittee for more information.

Aquatic Invasive Species Cooperative

Clean Air Partnership

Climate Change Adaptation

Connect People to the Land

Fire Management Team

Fisheries Team

Hydrologist Team

Recreation Visitor Use Group

Sustainable Operations Subcommittee

Terrestrial Invasive Species Committee

Whitebark Pine Committee


Several additional groups working on Greater Yellowstone issues are listed below.

Yellowstone Ecosystem Subcommittee (link to Committee's website)

 A subcommittee of the  Interagency Grizzly Bear Committee (IGBC website).

Interagency Grizzly Bear Study Team (IGBST)  (link)

An interdisciplinary group of scientists and biologists responsible for

long-term monitoring and research efforts on grizzly bears

in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.

Greater Yellowstone Trumpeter Swan Working Group (link)


Northern Yellowstone Cooperative Wildlife Working Group

Biologists from Yellowstone NP, Gallatin NF, USGS, and Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks work together on issues concerning the northern elk herd winter range.  The group coordinates and standardizes survey methodology, timing and reporting. They identify research priorities for antelope, mountain goats, bighorn sheep, mule deer and elk using the Northern Range.

Key contact –P.J. White, Yellowstone National Park.  (307) 344-2442.  PJ_White@nps.gov

 

Jackson Hole Elk Working Group

Managers from the National Elk Refuge, Grand Teton National Park, Bridger-Teton National Forest and Wyoming Fish and Game address issues such as population and habitat management, research priorities and habitat restoration primarily related to elk and bison inhabiting the Jackson Hole area.

Key contact - Steve Kallin, National Elk Refuge.  Steve_Kallin@fws.gov