Planning and management of outdoor recreation in
forests, parks, and protected areas; nature-based tourism.
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biomass equations, and proximal sensing of ground flora.
|Epizoology of wildlife diseases, nutritional
ecology, small mammals.
of geographic information systems in fisheries, management of recreational
fisheries, conservation of rare and declining fishes, and sustainable water
Environmental education, teacher
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|Ungulate ecology, foraging behavior and
nutrition, population dynamics.
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development, Native American/ Indigenous environmental planning.
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|Urban forestry at local, state &
national levels, urban forest inventory & assessment; tree biology(selection
growth & development of trees in urban environments.
|Aquatic biogeochemistry, nutrient transport
and removal in streams and wetlands, ecosystem impacts of invasive species, and
carbon storage in wetlands.
|General and applied parasite ecology.
|Wildlife ecology, wildlife damage management,
wildlife diseases, and outdoor skills.
|Fisheries management, population dynamics
and life history.
Socioeconomic and regulatory incentives for sustainable energy; renewable/alternative energy technologies, options, and land use impacts; climate change and community based adaptation strategies.
Soil and Waste
Microbial population structure and plant-microbe
|Groundwater quality, use and management;
contaminant fate; groundwater nonpoint pollution.
|Environmental Interpretation and
Communication, program evaluation, visitor studies, human/wildlife
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|Environmental education, camp management,
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Ecosystem influences of periodic prescribed fire
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jack pine crowns. Response of breeding birds, white-tailed deer and
elk to landscape level restoration of oak-savanna and pine-bluestem woodlands. Influence of fire frequency on forest succession
and development on xeric sites.
Soil and Waste
|Waste re-use, carcass disposal, contaminant
transport, zoonotic and prion fate in complex matrices.
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ecosystems; forest insect ecology.
Soil and Waste
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population dynamics, habitat, and migrations; dam removals and fishways; novel
techniques in fisheries research.
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|Avian conservation and ecology, bird
management on agricultural lands, detection probability, and avian sampling
Predator ecology and conservation; animal behavior; community ecology; and human dimensions of wildlife management.
Pedology; Soil and ecosystem responses to
natural (e.g., fire, tree windthrow) and anthropogenic (e.g., urbanization,
land use, restoration) disturbances; Soil organic matter dynamics; Soil
remediation with residuals (e.g., biosolids and biochar); Urban soils.
|Development of novel genetic systems for use
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|Environmental decision-making, citizen
participation in environmental decision making, environmental communication.
Participation of women in outdoor recreation.
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conservation behavior, spatial typologies of stakeholder attitudes.
growth and yield models; Application of
existing models and statistical tools to determine impact of management
activities on forest ecosystem structure and function; Estimating ecosystem
services and analyzing drivers that can impact those services in forested ecosystems; Analyzing spatial
distribution and trade-offs among various ecosystem services (for e.g., carbon,
ecology and management including linking community and trophic ecology, with
population dynamics; fish propagation and conservation genetics.
|Economics of forestry, non-industrial
landowner behavior, cooperation, property rights, and analysis of
existing/potential policy instruments regarding forest management.
|Tree and soil interactions; Soil health and
quality in urban landscapes; Interaction between cultural practices (i.e.
pruning/planting) and tree biology; Urban forest management.
|Community ecology of neotropical small
mammals and their associated hantaviruses; conservation genetics; biogeography
of South American mammals.