T.M. O’Connor Professor and Research Faculty Fellow

Department of Ecosystem Science and Management

 

Research Themes Teaching Programs Synergistic Activities
  • Resilience-based Management
  • Vulnerability and Adaptation to Climate Change
  • Co-produced Knowledge to Guide Management
  • Fundamentals of Ecology
  • Coupled Social-Ecological Systems
  • Ecosystem Stewarship
  • Academic Coordinator and Editor, Rangeland CEAP Assessment
  • Editor, Rangeland Systems: Processes, Management and Challenges (forth coming)
  • Former editor, Rangeland Ecology & Management

Recent Publications

Briske, D.D., B.T. Bestelmeyer, J.R. Brown, M.W. Brunson, T.L. Thurow, and J.A. Tanaka. 2016. Assessment of USDA-NRCS rangeland conservation programs: Recommendations for an evidence-based platform.  Ecological Applications (in press).

Fleischman, F.D. and D.D. Briske. 2016. Professional ecological knowledge: What are the implications of this unrecognized knowledge domain to natural resource management? Ecology & Society 21(1):32.

Briske, D.D., M. Zhao, G. Han, et al. 2015. Strategies to alleviate poverty and grassland degradation in Inner Mongolia: intensification vs production efficiency of livestock systems. Journal of Environmental Management 152:177-182.

Briske, D.D., L.A. Joyce, H.W. Polley, J.R. Brown, K. Wolter, J.A. Morgan, B.A. McCarl, and D.W. Bailey. 2015.  Climate change adaptation on rangelands: Linking regional exposure with diverse adaptive capacity. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 13:249-256.

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