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Ecosystem Science and Management|College of Agriculture and Natural Resources
Scott Schell

Associate Research Scientist

Scott Schell

Current Appointment:

Assistant Extension Entomologist; 2003 - current

Degrees Earned:

  • Jul. 1994 M.S. Entomology, University of Wyoming, Laramie
  • May 1991 B.S. Entomology with Honors, University of Wyoming, Laramie

Research:

  • Rangeland grasshopper ecology and management.
  • Black grass bug ecology and management.
  • Stable isotopes to determine mosquito source habitat.
  • Development of Reduced Area Agent Treatments strategies for the control of grasshopper outbreaks.

Extension:

  • Manage Arthropod diagnostic service.
  • Prepare annual Entomology short course.
  • Present Master Gardener program and entomology training

Selected Presentation:

Klamath Falls, OR April 25, 2007 USDA-APHIS sponsored grasshopper management workshop with Asst. Professor Alex Latchininsky.

Selected Publication:

Common Wyoming Pest Grasshoppers 3rd Edition

S.P. Schell, A. V. Latchininsky, and B.A. Shambaugh. B-1161 University of Wyoming, Cooperative Extension Service, and Department of Renewable Resources

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