School of Environment and Natural Resources faculty member Jeremy Bruskotter is a Co-Principal Investigator on a newly funding 1.6 million National Science Foundation grant to explore the combined effect of wolves and drought on human, plant and animal communities on rangeland in Idaho and eastern Oregon. The project is led by researchers at the University of Idaho and also includes collaborators at the University of Michigan and the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife.
Outdoor recreation and ecosystem services facilitate vital, and likely growing, contributions to the economic well-being of the state, authors of a new Ohio State report say.
School of Environment and Natural Resources (SENR) faculty member Jeremy Bruskotter is quoted in a recent Time magazine article that discusses rollbacks to the Endangered Species Act and conservation scientists concerns about t
An article in The Conversation written by School of Environment and Natural Resources faculty members Jeremy Bruskotter and Ramiro Berardo at The Ohio State University and John A Vucetich, a professor at Michigan Technological University addresses the recent proposal by the Trump Administration to severely curtail the scope of the Endange
School of Environment and Natural Resources faculty members Jeremy T. Bruskotter and Robyn S. Wilson are co-authors with Professor John A. Vucetich, Michigan Technology University, on an article recently published in The Conversation, which investigates the role bias may play in listing decisions of species under the Endangered Species Act.