Research Groups

Research groups within the School of Environment and Natural Resources are used to enhance and impart knowledge of natural and social systems and their essential relationships in the context of natural resource use and management. The following are a few of the research initiatives within the School of Environment and Natural Resources.

Agronomic Crop Research Experience (ACRE)

Aquatic Science, Conservation and Management Labs

Aquatic Community, Invasion & Behavioral Ecology (Dr. Lauren Pintor)
Aquatic Physiological Ecology (Dr. Suzanne Gray)
Stream & River Ecology Lab (Dr. Mazeika Sullivan)

Avian Ecology (Dr. Christopher Tonra)

Carbon Management and Sequestration Center (C-MASC) (Dr. Rattan Lal)

View the latest C-MASC newsletter (Issue 3:2017)

Energy Impacts Research Coordination Network 

Environmental and Social Sustainability (ESS) Lab

Forest Ecosystem Restoration & Ecology Lab (FEREL)

Lake States Fire Science Consortium

Landscape Ecology, Quantitative Ecology & Conservation Biology (Dr. William Peterman)

Soil Fertility Lab (Dr. Steve Culman)

Terrestrial Wildlife Ecology Lab (TWEL)

Tropical Microbial Ecology in Senegal (Dr. Richard Dick)

Urban Coyote Ecology and Management (Dr. Stan Gehrt)