Samniqueka Joi-Weaver Halsey

Samniqueka Joi-Weaver Halsey

Samniqueka Halsey, PhD is an Assistant Professor of Ecosystem Health. She takes integrative approaches to modeling complex systems while examining the consequences that management actions on biodiversity conservation and emerging disease systems play across a hierarchy of spatial and temporal scales.

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Alba Argerich

Alba Argerich

Alba Argerich, PhD is an aquatic scientist exploring the effects of land use on water quality and ecosystem integrities.  She uses experimental and modeling approaches in her research on different techniques to restore water quality in nutrient-loaded streams, to examine trends of aquatic nutrients in streams, and to assess the effects of current forestry...

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Jordon Wade

Jordon Wade

Jordon Wade, PhD is an Assistant Professor in the School of Natural Resources.  He is a soil scientist whose work focuses on developing, calibrating, and integrating soil health indicators to generate effective, useful tools that help land managers make informed decisions.  He uses diverse methods in his research, from using isotopes to functionalize soil...

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Robert Pierce

Robert Pierce

Robert Pierce, PhD is an Associate Extension Professor in Fisheries and Wildlife.  His work engages the interactions across agricultural and forest environments, humans and wildlife.  Specifically, his research and extension work focuses on wildlife habitat enhancement on private lands, integrating wildlife habitat with agriculture production, human and wildlife interactions, and wildlife management and the...

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Corrine Valdivia

Corrine Valdivia

Corinne Valdivia, PhD is a professor of agricultural and applied economics in the Division of Applied Social Sciences, College of Agriculture Food and Natural Resources. Valdivia holds the D. Howard Doane Professorship in Agricultural Economics. Her research focuses on the conditions, assets, decisions, and actions that enhance food security and sustainable livelihood strategies in rural communities of the...

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Raymond Massey

Raymond Massey

Raymond Massey, PhD is an Extension Professor in Agricultural and Applied Economics. He is an agricultural economics whose work focuses on the interface between production agriculture and the environment.  

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John M. Kabrick

John M. Kabrick

Dr. Kabrick is a Research Forester with the USDA Forest Service, Northern Research Station, and a Cooperating Assistant Professor in the School of Natural Resources. His research in silviculture, forest ecology, and forest soils is focused on developing and evaluating silvicultural systems for sustaining native flora and fauna communities in balance with traditional forest commodities. This includes quantifying the roles of disturbances (harvests and fire) and environmental conditions for creating and maintaining...

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Patrick E. Guinan

Patrick E. Guinan

Dr. Guinan’s Extension program resides within the School of Natural Resources and primarily involves operating the Missouri Mesonet and developing climate tools for Missourians. He also serves as the state climatologist and director of the Missouri Climate Center, whose mission is to advance the use of climate information for the economic and environmental benefit of Missouri and the public safety of its citizens through climate monitoring, research, education, and extension and information services.

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Deborah Finke

Deborah Finke

Debbie Finke, PhD is a Professor and the Director of Undergraduate Studies for the Division of Plant Science and Technology. She is an insect ecologist – she studies insects and their dynamic interactions with other organisms and their environment.  Her research focuses on pollinators, predators, and their ecosystem services.  The Finke Insect Ecology Lab at Mizzou...

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Hua Qin

Hua Qin

Hua Qin, PhD is an Associate Professor in Sustainability and Development and the Coordinator for the Graduate Certificate in Society and Sustainability.  He is an environmental and resource sociologist that conducts interdisciplinary research in human dimensions of agricultural, natural resources, and environmental systems.

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