Over the past five years, Forestry and Natural Resources graduate students completed degrees in nine general research areas: Aquatic Sciences, Digital Natural Resources, Ecology of Natural Systems, Forest Science, Genetics, Hardwood Products Innovations, Natural Resource Social Science, Quantitative Ecology and Wildlife Science. Those students have conducted their research across the United States and world in locations ranging from Brunei and Chile to Sweden and Tanzania.
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