Dr. Clayton Lamb’s research focuses on the population dynamics of large mammals to productivity and human influences. He has worked on numerous species (e.g., caribou, grizzly bears, elk, wolverine, and lynx) across western North America over the past decade. An important aspect of his research is working collaboratively to take science through to meaningful action for wildlife and the people who coexist with them. Currently, he is working on mountain and boreal caribou recovery projects, with a specific focus on population ecology. His main project is with the West Moberly and Saulteau First Nations, who, along with a collaborative team of scientists and governments have successfully averted the extirpation of the Klinse-Za caribou herd and doubled its abundance since 2013.