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Graduate Education|Ecosystem Science and Management

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Ecosystem Science and Management
Agriculture Building 2013
Department #3354
1000 E. University Ave.
Laramie, WY 82071
Phone: (307) 766-3114
Email: esm@uwyo.edu
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Graduated Students

 

Kathleen Meyers

Kathleen Meyers

MS Entomology

Fall 2012   |   Advisor: Tim Collier

Title of thesis: Phenology of the gall midge Jaapiella ivannikovi Fedotova (Diptera:Cecidomyiidae), a Biological Control Agent of Russian knapweed Rhaponticum repens(Asteraceae) in Wyoming

Jerod Smith

Jerod Smith

MS Entomology

Fall 2012   |   Advisor: Alex Latchininsky

Title of thesis: Application of remote sensing to Moroccan locust (Dociostaurus maroccanus Thunberg, 1815) habitat mapping in Southern Uzbekistan.

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Megan Wilson

MS Entomology

Summer 2013   |   Advisor: Scott Shaw

Title of thesis: Tank Organisms of Bromeliads in the Ecuadorian Cloud Forest  

Corey Beaugh

Corey Beaugh

MS Rangeland Ecology Watershed Management

Spring 2013   |   Advisor: Ginger Paige

Title of thesis: E.coli Distribution and Streambed Processes of the Greybull River

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Matthew Hayes

MS Rangeland Ecology Watershed Management

Fall 2012   |   Advisor: Scott Miller

Title of thesis:  Alterations to riparian vegetation resulting from beaver pond life histories

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Zachary Liesenfeld

MS Rangeland Ecology Watershed Management

Spring 2013   |   Advisor: Pete Stahl

Title of thesis:  Investigation of Sagebrush Reclamation Success on Bentonite Mined Areas in the Bighorn Basin (Wyoming U.S.A.)

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Katelyn Schade

MS Rangeland Ecology Watershed Management

Spring 2013   |   Advisor: Tom Thurrow

M.S. Professional Paper: Considerations associated with designing and implementing a plan for reclamation of degraded rangeland

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Megan Taylor

MS Rangeland Ecology Watershed Management

Spring 2013   |   Advisor: Ann Hild 

Title of thesis: Reclamation Seedling and Soil Dynamics Associated with Halogeton glomeratus in Semi-desert Sagebrush Shrublands

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Hillary Jones (Walrath)

MS Rangeland Ecology Watershed Management

Spring 2013   |   Advisor: Pete Stahl

Title of thesis: Energy Development and Wildlife Survey Database Organization in Wyoming

jennifer-faulkner

Jennifer Faulkner

MS Soil

Fall 2012   |   Advisor: Jay Norton

Title of thesis: Comparison of Carbon-Rich Soil Amendments for Reclamation of Southwest Wyoming's Oil and Gas Well-Pads 

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Rajan Ghimire

PhD Soil

Spring 2013   |   Advisor: Jay Norton

Title of thesis:

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Janet Chen

PhD Program in Ecology

Fall 2013   |   Advisor: David Williams

Title of thesis: Soil amino acids and plant use in a semiarid grassland exposed to elevated atmospheric CO2 and warming

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Xiaoyuan Cheng

MS Rangeland Ecology and Watershed Management

Fall 2013   |   Advisor: KJ Reddy

Title of thesis:

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Caley Gasch

PhD Program in Ecology

Fall 2013   |   Advisor: Pete Stahl

Title of thesis:  Recovery of Soil Properties, Sagebrush Steppe Community Structure, and Environmental Heterogeneity Following Drastic Disturbance and Reclamation

Miranda Tallutino

MS Entomology

Fall 2013   |   Advisor: Scott Shaw

Title of thesis: A study of the effect on the collection and presence of parasoid wasps (Hymenoptera) in the Nap Province of Ecuador

Renee King

PhD Soil Science 

Spring 2014   |   Advisor: Jay Norton

Title of thesis: Amendments for Improved Phosphorus Uptake in Organic Crop Production on Calcareous Soils

Jeremiah Okeyo

PhD Soil Science 

Spring 2014   |   Advisor: Jay Norton

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