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Collaborations

The Range Management Research has a long and productive history of collaborative research involving stakeholders.


Current collaborators and projects:

ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY, TEMPE, AZ
  • Experimental Evaluation of Drought and Grazing Duration on Grassland Productivity
  • BUREAU OF RECLAMATION, SALT LAKE CITY, UT
  • Impacts of Agricultural Adaptation on Water Resources in the Upper Rio Grande Basin: Assessment for the Basin Study
  • CARDIFF UNIVERSITY
  • Regional Dust Emission Responses to Ecosystem Change
  • COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY, FORT COLLINS, CO
  • Climate Change Adaptation Technical Assistance & Outreach in the Southwest
  • ENGINEERS, U.S. ARMY CORPS OF, MILLINGTON, TN
  • Collection of Aeolian Landform Dataset for Inference Model Assessment
  • FORT LEWIS COLLEGE, DURANGO, CO
  • Supporting Climate Smart Decision-Making in the Southwest, USDA Climate Hub
  • INSTITUTE OF AMERICAN INDIAN ARTS, Santa Fe
  • The 4 Directions Projections
  • INSTITUTO NACIONAL DE TECNOLOGIA AGROPECARIA, BUENOS AIRES
  • Collaboration on Tools to Manage Ecosystem Transitions for Agricultural Sustainability in the Americas
  • LAND MANAGEMENT, BUREAU OF, WASHINGTON, DC
  • Streamlining the Use of Monitoring Data in Multiple Resource Decision Making
  • Using Quantitative Approaches to Developing Ecological Sites
  • Scientific Support and Partnership for BLM Renewable Resources Programs in New Mexico
  • MALPAI BORDERLANDS GROUP, INC., THE, DOUGLAS, AZ
  • Assessment and Monitoring Tools for Adaptive Management of Large Ranch Landscapes
  • NATIONAL ECOLOGICAL OBSERVATORY NETWORK, INC., BOULDER, CO
  • Terrestrial Observation System of NEON Field and Laboratory Analysis
  • NATURAL RESOURCES CONSERVATION SERVICE, Washington, NE
  • Development of an All-lands Wind Erosion Model
  • EDIT Connection
  • NATURAL RESOURCES CONSERVATION SERVICE - NRCS, Washington, DC
  • CEAP-Grazing Lands Wind Erosion, Economics & Modeling Project
  • NEVADA SYSTEM OF HIGHER EDUCATION, RENO, NV
  • Support Climate-Smart Decision Making in Nevada, USDA Southwest Climate Hub
  • NEW MEXICO STATE UNIVERSITY, LAS CRUCES, NM
  • Development of an All-lands Wind Erosion Model
  • Advancing Climate Change Resilience in the Southwest United States
  • Science and Technologies for the Sustainable Management of Rangeland Systems
  • EDIT Connection
  • Collaborative Animal Research between New Mexico State University (NMSU and ARS
  • LTER: Long-Term Research at the Jornada Basin
  • Enhancing Water Adaptation in the Arid West
  • Collection of Aeolian Landform Dataset for Inference Model Assessment
  • Scientific Support and Partnership for BLM Renewable Resource Programs in NM
  • Rangeland Monitoring and Data Analyses Using the AIM Strategy
  • USDA Southwest Climate Hub Decision Making in New Mexico
  • Climate Change, Cooperative Extension and Youth
  • Assessment for the Rio Grande Basin Study: Lobatos to Elephant Butte
  • Facilitating Water Adaptation in the Arid West
  • REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO, THE, Boulder, CO
  • Improvement and Maintenance of a Knowledge of a Land-Potential Knowledge System (LandPKS)
  • RESOURCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS LLC, PHOENIX, AZ
  • CEAP-Grazing Lands Modeling
  • UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA, TUCSON, AZ
  • Support Climate-Smart Decision Making in Arizona, USDA Southwest Climate Hub
  • Grass-cast and the Living Labs Framework: Creating a User-driven and Co-developed Product for Working Lands
  • UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII SYSTEMS, HONOLULU, HI
  • Support Climate-Smart Decision Making in Hawaii, USDA Southwest Climate Hub
  • US ARMY RESERACH LABORATORY, Adelphi, MD
  • Collaborative Research in Atmospheric Characterization, Modeling and Sensing
  • USDA, ECONOMIC RESEARCH SERVICE, WASHINGTON, DC
  • Enhancing Water Adaptation in the Arid West
  • USDA, OFC OF THE CHIEF ECO, CLIMATE CHANGE, Washington, DC
  • Facilitating Water Adaptation in the Arid West
  • UTAH STATE UNIVERSITY, LOGAN, UT
  • Support Climate-Smart Decision Making in Utah, USDA Southwest Climate Hub