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Collaborations

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


Current collaborators and projects:

ASOMBRO INSTITUTE FOR SCIENCE EDUCATION, INC., LAS CRUCES, NM,
  • Science Education Curricula Development and Outreach Programs
  • BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT, WASHINGTON, DC,
  • Implementation and Expansion of the BLM’s Assessment, Inventory, and Monitoring Strategy to Support Multiple Resource Management Decision Making
  • CARDIFF UNIVERSITY, , ,
  • Regional Dust Emission Responses to Ecosystem Change
  • DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE, Holloman AFB, NM,
  • Management, Habitat, Chihuahuan Desert-Phase III
  • EARTH ECONOMICS, Tacoma, WA,
  • Central Great Plains Ecosystem Service Economics and Index Valuation Project
  • ENGINEERS, US ARMY CORPS OF, MILLINGTON, TN,
  • Assessing the Role of Physical Dust Emission Mechanism on Particle Size Distributions Observed at the USDA ARS Jornada Experimental Range
  • FORT LEWIS COLLEGE, DURANGO, CO,
  • Supporting Climate Smart Decision-Making in the Southwest, USDA Climate Hub
  • INSTITUTO NACIONAL DE TECNOLOGIA AGROPECARIA, BUENOS AIRES, ,
  • Collaboration on Development of State-and-Transition Models to Guide Sustainable Land Management in the Americas
  • LAND MANAGEMENT, BUREAU OF, Denver, CO,
  • Installation, Operation, and Maintenance of a National Wind Erosion Research Network Site, South San Luis Lakes TNC Parcel
  • Scientific Support and Partnership for Renewable Resources programs in BLM NM
  • Validate ARS Wind Erosion Model
  • LAVINE, BARRY, PORTLAND, OR,
  • Database for Inventory, Monitoring and Assessment Feature Enhancements
  • DIMA: Enhancements for MCC Mongolia Implementation
  • Assessment, Inventory and Monitoring Database Enhancements
  • MALPAI BORDERLANDS GROUP. INC, THE, DOUGLAS, AZ,
  • Application of Assessment and Monitoring Tools for Adaptive Management of Large Ranch Landscapes
  • NATIONAL ECOLOGICAL OBSERVATORY NETWORK, INC., BOULDER, CO,
  • Field and Laboratory Analysis of Soil Samples for the Terrestrial Observation System of NEON
  • NATURAL RESOURCES CONSERVATION SERVICE, Fort Worth, TX,
  • Disaggregation of Soil Map Units for Improved Ecological Site and Vegetation Mapping: A Soil Systems Approach to Landscape Management in Rangelands
  • NEVADA SYSTEM OF HIGHER EDUCATION, RENO, NV,
  • Support Climate-Smart Decision Making in Nevada, USDA Southwest Climate Hub
  • NEVEADA SYSTEM OF HIGHER EDUCATION, RENO, NV,
  • Supporting 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
  • Collaborative Animal Research between New Mexico State University (NMSU) and ARS
  • Selecting and Managing Practices for Agricultural Landscapes
  • Scientific Support and Partnership for Renewable Resource Programs in BLM
  • Scientific and Local Knowledge for a Land Potential Knowledge System (LandPKS)
  • Understanding Regional Linkages Between Production Agriculture, Air Quality and Climate
  • Supporting Climate-Smart Decision Making in New Mexico, USDA Southwest Climate Hub
  • Assessment and Monitoring Technical Support
  • Monitoring Data and Analysis Technical Support
  • USDA Southwest Climate Hub Decision Making in New Mexico
  • Ecological Site Description (ESD) Development 2018
  • Ecological Site Description (ESD) Research
  • Reducing Drought Impact Risk
  • REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO, THE, Boulder, CO,
  • Enhancement of a Land-Potential Knowledge System (LPKS)
  • Development and Knowledge of a Land-Potential 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
  • Supporting Climate-Smart Decision Making in Arizona, USDA Southwest Climate Hub
  • UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII SYSTEMS, HONOLULU, HI,
  • Support Climate-Smart Decision Making in Hawaii, USDA Southwest Climate Hub
  • Supporting Climate-Smart Decision Making in Hawaii, USDA Southwest Climate Hub
  • UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS EL PASO, El Paso, TX,
  • Long-term Abiotic Data Measurements for Jornada Long-term Agricultural Research (LTAR)
  • US ARMY RESERACH LABORATORY, Adelphi, MD,
  • Collaborative Research in Atmospheric Modeling and Sensing
  • USDA, FOREIGN AGRICULTURAL SERVICE (FAS), WASHINGTON, DC,
  • MCC Mongolia Rangeland Assessment and Monitoring 2015
  • USDA, NATURAL RESOURCES CONSERVATION SERVICE, Washington, DC,
  • Conservation Planning and Interpretations: Mobile App Delivery
  • Adaptive Management Case Studies
  • CEAP-Grazing Lands ESD & NRI Support for Modeling
  • Development and Support of Ecological Site Description Research
  • CEAP-Grazing Lands Plant Community & Wind Erosion Support for Modeling
  • ARS-Las Cruces IAG for WEMO, NRI, ESD and STM Products and Input
  • Using Land Resource Units to Improve CEAP Analysis and Ecological Site Interpretation
  • Development of Provisional Ecological Sites for Southeastern Alaska
  • USDA, NATURAL RESOURCES CONSERVATION SERVICES, TEMPLE, TX,
  • ARS-Las Cruces IAG for NRI, ESD and STM Products and Input
  • USDA, NRCS, Washington, DC,
  • Ecological Site Development 2017 and 2018
  • CEAP-Grazing Lands Wind Erosion, Economics & Modeling Project
  • USDA, OEC, CLIMATE CHANGE PROGRAM OFFICE, Washington, DC,
  • Reducing Drought Impact Risk in the Intermountain West via Multiple Pathways
  • UTAH STATE UNIVERSITY, LOGAN, UT,
  • Support Climate-Smart Decision Making in Utah, USDA Southwest Climate Hub
  • Supporting Climate-Smart Decision Making in Utah, USDA Southwest Climate Hub