Description of Work The Social-Ecological Rangeland Scientist holds an academic-year appointment as assistant professor, and is a member of a cohort of scientists leading resilience theory and applications at the University of Nebraska, focusing on how human well-being is intertwined with, and depends upon, a sustainable nexus. The Social-Ecological Rangeland Scientist holds an academic-year appointment as assistant professor, and is a member of a cohort of scientists leading resilience theory and applications at the University of Nebraska, focusing on how human well-being is intertwined with, and depends upon, a sustainable nexus of food, energy, water, and environmental systems. The scholarly program of the incumbent extends the long-history of range

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