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Animal Ecology alum Corey Lange featured in PBS documentary series covering Big Dune, Nevada

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Corey Lange being interviewed on PBS series

ISU Animal Ecology alum Corey Lange, now working as a wildlife biologist for the Bureau of Land Management, was featured in a recent episode of PBS documentary series Outdoor Nevada. In the attached clip, Corey talks with series host John Burke about his work in the Big Dune Recreation Area in Nevada and the unique mating season of the local scarab beetle population.

Video: Putting threats to freshwater fisheries into perspective

The HATCH project just published a paper on state natural resource agency administrators vs. agriculture experiment directors perspectives on natural resource management.

View this video from the HATCH project, and read the associated paper.

2017 Conclave Preparation

Check out how we are preparing for 2017 Conclave!

 

Fall Forestry Camp 2016 - Alabama/Florida

Photographs of the Fall Forestry Camp 2016 at Auburn University's Solon Dixon Forestry Education Center and trips to the panhandle of Florida.

Slow Jam Prairie Strips

Much of Iowa and the Midwest today is covered by corn and soybean crops that have a shallow root system and only remain in the ground 5-6 months out of the year. This can leave both soil and nutrients vulnerable.

Challenges and Opportunities for Pest Management of Cannabis in Colorado - Dr. Whitney Cranshaw

Natural Resource Ecology and Management GSO Seminar Series is hosted Dr. Cranshaw who presented at the Spring 2014 NREM Seminar Series.

Modeling Transmission Dynamics of Chronic Wasting Disease in Wisconsin White-tailed Deer - Chris Jannelle

Natural Resource Ecology and Management GSO Seminar Series hosted Dr. Chris Jennelle, Iowa Department of Natural Resources who presented at the Fall 2014 NREM GSO Seminar Series.

Math, Meaning, and Monitoring of Wild Bee Populations - Dr. Sam Droege

Natural Resource Ecology and Management GSO Seminar Series hosted Dr. Sam Droege, USGS Patuxent Wildlife Research Center, who presented at the Fall 2014 seminar series.

Conservation Aquaculture as a Critical Tool for Recovery of Native Fish Populations - Dr. Ken Cain

Natural Resource Ecology and Management GSO Seminar Series hosted Dr. Ken Cain, University of Idaho Department of Fish and Wildlife Sciences who presented at the 2014 Fall NREM Seminar Series.

Urban Ecosystems: Residential Yards and Homeowner Decisions - Social Drivers of Plant Biodiversity and Nutrient Fluxes - Kristen C. Nelson

Natural Resource Ecology and Management GSO Seminar Series hosted Dr. Kristien C. Nelson, Department of Forest Resources and Fisheries, University of Minnesota who presented at the Fall 2014 NREM Seminar Series.

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