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USU-Uintah Basin Student Gets Hands-on Experience with USDA Wildlife Service

USU-Uintah Basin Student Gets Hands-on Experience with USDA Wildlife Service

09/17/2018

Morgan Larsen, a Utah State University-Uintah Basin (USU) student, received the Berryman Institute Scholarship that, in addition to the monetary award, provided Larsen the opportunity to spend the summer working for the United States Department of Agricul

Researchers Study How Wolf Predation Shapes Elk Antler Evolution

Researchers Study How Wolf Predation Shapes Elk Antler Evolution

09/04/2018

What happens when you mix a biologist who studies beetle horns with scientists who spend their time exploring predator-prey dynamics? You get a better understanding of why elk shed their antlers much later than males of any other North American species


The S.J. & Jessie E. Quinney College of Natural Resources works to better understand our natural ecosystems and to foster the sustainable use of our resources. Awareness of human interactions with our environment is a critical component of better resource management. We focus on the effects of human activities on aquatic and terrestrial landscapes and ecosystems. We seek solutions to problems such as air and water pollution, loss of biodiversity, and conflict between different uses of our resources.

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