I primarily research three aspects of rangeland systems on their trajectory from degradation to self-sustaining productivity: effective methods for restoration and reclamation, linking disturbances to degradation, and detecting rangeland changes.
Rangeland Inventory and Monitoring (RAM 456/556); Management and Restoration of Wildland Vegetation (RAM 446/546); Rangeland Management Planning (RAM 487/587); Restoration Ecology (RNR 496e/696e); Agave, Cacti, and Other Succulents of Southern Arizona (RNR 310)
Ph.D. Wildland Resource Science, University of California at Berkeley, 1998.
M.S. Range Management, University of California at Berkeley, 1994.
B.S. Natural Resource Management, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, 1989.