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How do bears maintain body fat during hibernation? How do habitat disturbances affect wild caribou populations? These are questions Dr. Perry Barboza asks as he tries to better understand the animal world.

Meet a scientist: Perry Barboza

Want to meet a real-life scientist!? Meet Dr. Wade Ryberg, herpetologist & Aggie! #tamu #science

Want to meet a real-life scientist!

Dr. Daniel Roelke's research has led him all over the world --- from the middle of the Red Sea, to Australia, to the Greek Islands --- all in pursuit of species smaller than a drop of water.

Daniel Roelke's research has led him all over the world --- from the middle of the Red Sea, to Australia, to the Greek Islands --- all in pursuit of species smaller than a drop of water.

At the center, Jantrania is focusing on creating Extension and #research programs about wastewater systems that are tailored to a variety of audiences. He teaches classes and seminars to homeowners, service providers, designers and others about on-site wastewater systems, such as septic systems, aerobic systems and decentralized wastewater systems.

Conservation Matters publishes timely information about water and natural resources news, results of new water-related and natural resources-related research and education projects, publications, and faculty at universities and organizations in Texas.

Dr. Ralph Wurbs, Arthur McFarland professor in the Zachry Department of Civil Engineering, has been a water resource engineer since he graduated from Texas A&M University in 1971.

Ralph Wurbs, Arthur McFarland professor in the Zachry Department of Civil Engineering, has been a water resource engineer since he graduated from Texas A&M University in

Meet TWRI Associate Director Kevin Wagner! #science #water

Conservation Matters publishes timely information about water and natural resources news, results of new water-related and natural resources-related research and education projects, publications, and faculty at universities and organizations in Texas.

Dr. Kirk Winemiller became fascinated by natural science at an early age. Today, Winemiller is an ecologist and Regents Professor in the Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences at Texas A&M University.

Kirk Winemiller became fascinated by natural science at an early age. Today, Winemiller is an ecologist and Regents Professor in the Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences at Texas A&M University.

When he was 12 years old, Dr. Rusty Feagin moved to Seabrook, a city along the Texas coast surrounded by industrial development. It was then that Feagin began to consider the importance of coastal health.

Conservation Matters publishes timely information about water and natural resources news, results of new water-related and natural resources-related research and education projects, publications, and faculty at universities and organizations in Texas.

When Dr. Jay Angerer earned his bachelor’s in rangeland management from Texas Tech University in 1986, he had no idea that his job would one day take him around the world.

When Dr. Jay Angerer earned his bachelor’s in rangeland management from Texas Tech University in he had no idea that his job would one day take him around the world.

Meet Dr. Jessica Light, associate professor in Texas A&M University's Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences!

Jessica Light, associate professor in Texas A&M University's Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences!

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