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The Department of Natural Resource Ecology and Management includes faculty in fisheries, forestry, rangeland, and wildlife ecology and management that work on projects concerning natural resources that impact Oklahomans.
The mission of the NREM Department is to conduct interdisciplinary research, instruction, and extension education to address the sustainable management and conservation of the fishery, forest, rangeland, and wildlife resources of Oklahoma and beyond. Our primary objective is to foster broad understanding of natural resource preservation, conservation, and management through collaboration with related disciplines.
Dr. Sam Fuhlendorf appointed Regents Professor
New Book by Dr. Craig Davis
Wetland Techniques a 3 volume set was just published by Springer Publishing.
NREM doctoral student earns oral presentation award at SEAFWA
October 16,2013 - Ashley Unger, NREM PhD Student, won the best student paper presentation at the 66th Annual meeting of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Game Agencies in Oklahoma City .