£1,138 per credit
The rangeland ecosystem science program emphasizes interdisciplinary study of, and research on, the world’s rangelands. You’ll develop a thorough knowledge of the structure, function, and management of rangeland ecosystems. The rangeland program provides high quality education in rangeland ecology and related disciplines; develops knowledge through scholarly endeavors; and disseminates information to the profession, the public and the community through service and outreach. In the rangeland ecosystem science program, you’ll investigate soil-plant relations, restoration ecology, riparian ecology and management, grazing and/or weed management, or community based natural resource management. Develop a program of study with your advisor and graduate committee that is tailored to your background, research focus, future goals, and interests.
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