Dr. Lisa Schulte-Moore, Robert Valek and collaborators developed PEWI that can be used to understand the interrelationships of land use, natural resources, and land management.
Jim Adelman’s research on Avian influenza was recently published by PeerJ https://peerj.com/articles/4060/. Research conducted by Jim and Kyoung-Jin Yoon (CVM) studied wild birds and rodents around poultry operations to see if
NREM graduate Anna MacDonald (B.S. Animal Ecology, M.S.
Congratulations to the STRIPS team that was recently awarded the 2018 College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Team Award.
ISU Fulbright scholars engage in cultural exchange with middle school students.
Coach Sudbury outlined Phase I course improvements and the forestry students provided the expertise and work force.
NREM lab students conduct a fall prairie burn that will favor forbs over grasses.
The 2017 Iowa Aquaculture Conference was a well-attended event with many people interested in all manners of fish farming. Around 250 people attended the event.
The 2017 Iowa Aquaculture Conference is being co-sponsored by Coalition to Support Iowa’s Farmers, Iowa State University and the North Central Aquaculture Center (NCRAC).
Tyler Murray and Eryn Hubbard organized a capstone
VISIONS magazine featured an article about our French Montana Camp (pdf) in their latest issue.
This fall, NREM juniors and seniors in the AECL 333 Fisheries Techniques class learned about and got hands-on experience using different gears to sample fish.
Happy Halloween! Pictured are two members of the department dressed as a tree and bunny rabbit.
Ecological Monographs features a publication by Ann Russell titled: Tropical tree species traits drive cation dynamics via effects on soil pH: A proposed conceptual frame
Congratulations to Dr. Michael Weber on being named Iowa State University Harmon Family Professor in Forestry!
An alumni of our Forest Biology MS program, Dr. Fabrice DeClerck, will speak at the Global Program's Feeding the World Seminar Series. Dr. DeClerck serves as Senior Scientist, Agricultural Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services, at Bioversity International. He will speak on the topic:
Rosemary Galdamez, an incoming senior at North High School in Des Moines, Iowa, is one of 19 George Washington Carver Summer Research Internship Program interns this year.
Tyler Harms (IDNR) is the co-organizer of a symposium for the 78th Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference scheduled for Milwaukee, WI, January 28-31, 2018. The symposium is entitled, Ducks to Dickcissels: Collaboration
Congratulations to Natural Resource Ecology and Management Professor Emeritus and former
The outstanding NREM/ENT BioIogy IT team has done it again!