Newly published paper addresses transmission of the pathogen Bsal and how mathematical models are used to predict how the pathogen would spread among eastern newts.
In this episode, MS student Bret Elgersma tells us about his research using LiDAR on an experimental oak-pine plantation to capture data on the forest’s structural complexity and composition.
Delaney Foster, a UT Department of Plant Sciences doctoral student, studies at the West Tennessee AgResearch and Education Center and researches herbicide resistance. Photo courtesy of Delaney Foster.
UT Plant Sciences Department Head Scott Senseman Named WSSA Fellow
Professor Charles Kwit is offering a two-year MS Research/Teaching Assistantship.
MS student and Tennessee Aquarium employee Shawna Fix explains how studying the life history of a closely related species gives scientists more information on the endangered Laurel Dace. Listen to…
Agricultural Industry Leaders Provide Invaluable Perspective and Experience KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Momentum continues to build for the popular James L. Herbert Executive Seminar Series that brings top agricultural leaders into…
Karen DeLong Recognized for Distinguished Professional Contributions
Join us for a seminar giving a summary of natural resources management in the US Virgin Islands.
In this month’s Step Outside podcast, we learn about the psychology behind the hunt. Graduate student Kiley Davan tells us about the human dimensions of small game hunting.