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Conservation Management Institute
Article ItemFrom mollusks to mountaintops: Working with federal agencies to make strides in conservation science , article
The many collaborations with federal scientists in the college not only help advance interdisciplinary research but provide opportunities for students interested in careers with government agencies.
Article ItemBirds and windows: a deadly dilemma , article
The study has identified the worst of the corporate center’s buildings and narrowed it to specific sides of those buildings to target for treatment.
Article ItemWings Across America Award , article
A U.S. Forest Service program that represents an integrated and collaborative approach to the conservation of our birds and bats, recognizes outstanding work by employees and their conservation partners.
Article ItemConservation Management Institute realigns to maximize funding and research opportunities , article
The Conservation Management Institutes's realignment with the Departure of Fish and Wildlife Conservation will strengthen research opportunities, benefiting clients, students, and the community at large.
Article ItemCMI, Emrick recognized by the Army Reserves , article
The college’s Conservation Management Institute and Project Manager Verl Emrick received the “Patriotic Employer” award from the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve.
Article ItemLocal landowner benefits from gift-supported undergraduate research projects , article
The Morton and Spapperi Family Foundation funded an undergraduate research opportunity in which four students worked with a local landowner.
Article ItemCenter for Natural Resources and Decision Support transitions leadership , article
Scott Klopfer has been named director of CeNRADS, succeeding Stephen Prisley, who accepted a position with the National Council for Air and Stream Improvement.
Article ItemVirginia Breeding Bird Atlas project relies on volunteers to update data , article
Many people recognize the most common bird species in Virginia, but there is still much that scientists don’t know about these species.
Article ItemNew technology has endless applications for natural resources management , article
Understanding landscapes and their assets is vital for sound management of natural resources. But in remote areas, the time and cost associated with data collection can hinder research efforts. Through the use of drones, college researchers are working to overcome those limitations.
Article ItemConservation Management Institute Assesses Floodplain Forests for a Carbon Offset Project , article
Imagine a tropical rainforest that floods for three to five months each year, where villagers travel by boat to visit their neighbors.
Article ItemCameroon forests, wildlife being preserved by farmers using agroforestry , article
Agroforestry has been introduced in the African nation of Cameroon as a way to enhance agricultural productivity and financial gain, with a side effect of being good for the environment.
Article ItemFitzpatrick studies endangered plant species for Fralin Fellowship , article
Wildlife conservation major Jessica Fitzpatrick studied a federally endangered plant species, Michaux’s sumac, with a team from the Conservation Management Institute.
Article ItemKlopfer elected to Commission on Research , article
Scott Klopfer, director of the Conservation Management Institute, has been elected to represent research faculty on the Virginia Tech Commission on Research.
Article ItemFish species benefit from multi-agency collaborations , article
Among the many multi-agency collaborations that have benefited the college and the environment, a recent project studies aquatic organism passage in streams.