Recent Press Releases

TAMU-ESSM Web Announcement, April 2020 –  ESSM graduate student awards for 2019-2020. Lela Culpepper wins Outstanding ESSM MS student of the year.

Morning AgClips News Release, April 2020 – “Fire, grazing enhance livestock production: Research project funded through a five-year, $10 million USDA grant.” (pdf)

TAMU-ESSM Web Announcement, April 2019 – ESSM graduate student awards for 2018-2019. Heather Hannusch wins Outstanding ESSM MS student of the year. (pdf)

AgriLife Today, September 2019 – $10 million USDA grant led by Department of Ecosystem Science and Management Texas A&M AgriLife Research Team. (pdf)

Great Plains Fire Science Exchange (A JFSP Consortium), September 2019 – Mesquite and grass response to prescribed burning depends on fire intensity (GFE publication 2019-2). (pdf)

Texas A&M AgriLife Extension, December 2018 – West Texas Rangelands – “Outside the Fire” weblog interview. (pdf)

TAMU-ESSM Web Announcement, April 2017 – Dr. William E. Rogers awarded Outstanding Undergraduate Teacher Award in the Department of Ecosystem Science and Management for the 2017-2018 academic year.

TAMU-EEB/ESSM Announcement, September 2016 – Bill Rogers appointed as Texas Agricultural Experiment Station representative for the Texas Department of Agriculture Prescribed Burning Board. (pdf)

Great Plains Fire Science Exchange (A JFSP Consortium), June 2016 – Prescribed fire liability fact sheet: standards of care by state (GFE publication 2016-7). (pdf)

Progressive Cattleman Magazine, June 2016 – Is your brush-control dollar better spent on some soils than others? (www.progressivecattle.com PC0616_North pp. 20-21). (pdf)

AgriLife Today, April 2016 – Forest understory fuels the flames. (pdf)

Great Plains Fire Science Exchange (A JFSP Consortium), March 2016 – Do liability and regulatory standards influence the amount of prescribed burning in the South? (GFE publication 2016-1). (pdf)

AgriLife Today, February 2016- Soil mapping may indicate success of brush control method. (pdf)

AgriLife Today, January 2016- Increased legal liabilities limit prescribed fire use for brush control. (pdf)

TAMU-ESSM Web Announcement, September 2014 – Faculty publication achieves “Citation Classic” milestone. (pdf)

TAMU-ESSM Web Announcement, July 2014 – William E. Rogers appointed Editor-in-Chief for a major ecological journal. (pdf)

TAMU-ESSM Web Announcement, April 2014 – ESSM graduate student awards for 2013-14. Carissa Wonkka wins Outstanding ESSM PhD student of the year; Michelle Clark wins Outstanding ESSM MS student of the year. (pdf)

TAMU-ESSM Web Announcement, April 2014 – Dr. William E. Rogers awarded Outstanding Undergraduate Teacher Award in the Department of Ecosystem Science and Management for the 2014-2015 academic year.

Wild Wonderings – Weblog of the Texas A&M Extension Service, May 2014 – Prescribed burning protects Texans and benefits wildlife. (pdf)

Great Plains Fire Science Exchange (A JFSP Consortium), November 2013 – Rising Great Plains fire campaign: citizen cooperatives (GFE publication 2013-25).  (pdf)

Great Plains Fire Science Exchange (A JFSP Consortium), November 2013 – Manage woody plants in grasslands using thresholds (GFE publication 2013-23).  (pdf)

Houston Chronicle, July 2013 – Texas losing war on feral hogs. (pdf)

AgriLife Today, May 2013- Study compares recent drought to 1950s on woody plant mortality. (pdf)

AgriLife Today, March 2013 – Researchers examine best range management practices for aquifer recharge. (pdf)

AgriLife Today, December 2012 – New study on native orchid protection and conservation. (pdf)

Science Daily, July 2011 – Genetic evidence clears Ben Franklin. (pdf)

TAMU-ESSM Web Announcement, April 2010 – ESSM graduate student awards for 2009-2010. Carissa Wonkka wins Outstanding ESSM MS student of the year

TAMU-ESSM Web Announcement, April 2009 – ESSM graduate student awards for 2008-2009. Sarah Haller wins Outstanding ESSM MS student of the year; Dirac Twidwell wins Outstanding ESSM PhD student of the year.

Science, August 2004 – Are invasive species born bad? (pdf)

Trends in Ecology & Evolution, December 2002 – An evolutionary perspective of biological invasions. (pdf)

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