£3,944 per term
Graduate students in the Rangeland Ecology and Management program work on advancing scientific knowledge of rangeland ecosystems through the acquisition of fundamental understanding in areas such as rangeland ecology, physiology of rangeland plants, and grazing management. Students also integrate and disseminate knowledge on wildlife habitat, invasive species, fire ecology, watershed management, ecological restoration, and riparian ecology to benefit domestic and international settings.
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