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Rangeland Ecology and Watershed Management
Rangeland occupies 47% of the Earth's land area. The 50 million acres of rangeland in Wyoming provide diverse opportunities for the multiple uses of livestock and wildlife grazing, recreation, water production and natural beauty. Students are taught to understand and manage complex rangeland ecosystems.
The rangeland ecology and watershed management curriculum is designed for students choosing to study ecology, utilization, and management of rangelands and wildland watersheds and related resources of forestry, recreation, wildlife management, soil science, botany, and zoology. Degrees include Bachelor of Science, Master of Science, and Doctor of Philosophy.
Program Specific Degree Requirements
Plan A (thesis)
The master of science degree normally is offered under Plan A which requires at least the university minimum degree requirements and an oral examination.
An oral defense of the thesis is required.
Plan B (non-thesis)
Plan B is available under special circumstances and requires 30 hours of graduate coursework.
Plan B candidates must also prepare one professional paper (i.e., content and form compatible with publication in a scientific journal) or, if the adviser requests, two professional papers in selected topic areas.
An oral defense of the paper(s) is required.
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- World Water Quality
- Principles of Rangeland Management
- Range Ecosystems and Plants
- Plant Ecophysiology/Plant Form and Function
- Principles of Wildland Water Quality
- Range Judging
- Rangeland Plant Ecophysiology
- Poisonous Plants and Plant Toxins
- Environmental Politics
- Federal Land Politics
- Nutritional Ecological Management of Range Herbivores
- Range and Ranch Recreation
- Behavior Modification for Production of Grazing Herbivores
- Reclamation of Drastically Disturbed Lands
- Wildland Hydrology
- Grass Taxonomy
- Rangeland Ecosystem Assessment and Monitoring
- Reclamation Techniques Field Trip
- Applied Fire Ecology
- Rainfall-Runoff Modeling
- Rangeland Restoration Ecology
- Wildland Watershed Management
- Watershed Water Quality Management
- Wildlife Habitat Restoration Ecology
- Experiments in Restoration
- Ecological Applications for Wildland Management
- Rangeland Vegetation Management Techniques
- Rangeland Management Planning
- Undergraduate Teaching Practicum
- Range Resource Management
- Water Resources Seminar
- Community Ecology
- Ecology and Management of Grasslands
- Quantitative Modeling in Landscape Ecology
- Landscape Genetics
- Wildlife Habitat Ecology
- Practicum in College Teaching
- Continuing Registration: On Campus
- Continuing Registration: Off Campus
- Thesis Research
- Dissertation Research
About this institute
University of Wyoming
The University of Wyoming is located in the safe and inviting college town of Laramie, Wyoming. Laramie is a community located about two hours north of the large, metropolitan city of Denver, Colorado. Laramie is nestled in a valley at...
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