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Ecosystem Science and Management|College of Agriculture and Natural Resources
Daniel Rodgers
Associate Professor & Extension Specialist

Daniel Rodgers

Rangeland Ecology & Watershed Management

Ecosystem Science and Management 

Education

B.S. 1963 East Texas State University Major: Technical Agriculture
M.S. 1966 Texas Tech University Major: Range Management
Ph.D. 1980 Utah State University Major: Range Science

Experience

Extension Range Specialist
Texas Agricultural Extension Service, Texas A&M University
1967 - 1980  

Associate Professor & Extension Specialist
University of Wyoming
1980 - Present

Teaching

Teach Principles of Rangeland Management (REWM 2000), Rangeland Plant Identification (REWM 2500), Poisonous Plants and Toxins (REWM 4000) and Ecological Applications for Wildland Management (REWM 4830).

Coach of the Undergraduate plant Team and Undergraduate Range Management Exam Team. Faculty Advisors for Range Club and Rodeo Club.

Research

Sample of publications:

Skinner, Q.D., K.K. Crane, J.G. Hiller, and J.D. Rodgers. 2000. Wyoming Watersheds and Riparian Zones. University of Wyoming Cooperative Extension Service. 112 p.

Smith, Michael A., J. Daniel Rodgers, Jerrold L. Dodd and Quentin D. Skinner. 1993. Habitat selection by cattle along an ephemeral channel. Rangelands 15 (3): 120-122.

Smith, Michael A., Jerrold L. Dodd, Quentin D. Skinner, and J. Daniel Rodgers. 1993. Dynamics of vegetation along and adjacent to an ephemeral channel. J. Range Management. 46 (1): 56-64.

Smith, Michael A., J. Daniel Rodgers, Jerrold L. Dodd and Quentin D. Skinner. 1992. Habitat selection by cattle along an ephemeral channel. J. Range Management. 45(4): 385-90.

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