My extension and research programs and inextricably linked and focus on the following 3 areas: 1) Noxious, Invasive Plants, 2) Animal Foraging Behavior and Distribution, and 3) Rangeland and Natural Resource Ecology and Management.
I teach Grazing Ecology & Management, URME Independent Study, Noxious, Invasive Plants of AZ, and supervise occasional internships. Teaching provides opportunities to expand the impact of my research and extension programs in the formal classroom.
Ph.D., Range Science. 1993. Utah State University, Logan, UT
M.S., Wildlife Science. 1987. Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX.
B.S., Wildlife Management. 1984. Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX.