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Graduate Education

Environment and Natural Resources Graduate Programs

The University of Wyoming's reputation in environment and natural resources are firmly established and continually expanding.  Research in this area focuses on interactions between humans and the environment, such as water use, renewable energy, sustainable development and sustainable business practices.


Programs in this field

Agricultural and Applied Economics, M.S.,

Agronomy, M.S. and Ph.D.

Atmospheric Science, M.S. and Ph.D.

Ecology, Ph.D

Economics, M.S. and Ph.D.

Environment and Natural Resources minor or double-major, M.S., Ph.D. or J.D.

Geography, M.A. and M.S.T.

Geology & Geophysics, M.S. and Ph.D.

Teaching degree in Natural Science, M.S. and M.S.T.

Rangeland Ecology and Watershed Management, M.S. and Ph.D.

Soil Science, M.S. and Ph.D.

Water Resources, M.S.

Water Resources/Environmental Science and Engineering, Ph.D.


Also see the Life Sciences programs

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Geologist Mark Clementz

Professor Mark Clementz uses stable isotope analysis to research the ecology of the past, specifically the evolution of shallow marine/coastal ecosystems through time and the role that vertebrates have played within these ecosystems.

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