Integrating Wildlife Conservation with Landscape Ecology
Integrating wildlife movement ecology and landscape structure
Our work aims to improve landscape management (thinking beyond the patch) through the integration of wildlife spatial ecology and landscape structure.
Photos by Lynn Betts, USDA and Nebraska PF
Creating ‘win-win’ solutions for agricultural producers and natural resource conservation
Our focus is to create opportunities for agricultural producers to maximize whole-field profitability while reducing impacts on our natural resources (e.g., reduction in soil erosion, water runoff, etc.). Our inter-disciplinary research team strives to integrate agronomy, economics, human dimensions, precision agriculture, and spatial modeling to benefit the larger society in agricultural landscapes.
Photo by Ryan Heiniger | @FarmrHuntr
Wildlife Conservation in Agricultural Systems
Improving wildlife and habitat management through quantitative modeling
We provide science-based evidence to improve wildlife and habitat management in agricultural landscapes.
Photos by pheasant (Nebraska PF), corn irrigation (Larkin Powell), pronghorn (Justin Haag, NEBRASKAland Magazine), deer (Andrew Little)