Researcher working in wetland with others
The School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences research program examines the relationships between humans and the environment – in particular linking biology and ecology with the economics, norms, policies, institutions and organizational aspects of society designed to achieve human well-being and assure a quality of life.
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- Or making a general contribution to our research which will support faculty and graduate research where there is greatest need or opportunity.
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