Wildlife & Fisheries Sciences, Texas A & M University, College Station, Texas



Wildlife & Fisheries Sciences, Texas A & M University, College Station, Texas Related

Texas A&M Horticultural Extension - Fruit:: Features publications, research, newsletters, and links.

Texas A&M: Nursery/Floral Crops:: Provides information on topics such as different types of structures, heating requirements, irrigation and fertilisation requirements for plants growing in greenhouses.

Texas Nursery & Landscape Association:: Serves the gardening, landscaping, nursery public, and professionals.

Texas A&M Stone Fruit Breeding Program:: Includes cultivar evaluations, articles, and news.

Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences:: Ecology & Management of Biological Diversity in Texas and the World. The Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences aspires to preeminence among academic programs dealing with ecology, management, and conservation biology. Our faculty is dedicated to the discovery and dissemination of knowledge in conservation of biodiversity, natural resource management, and the sustainable use of natural resources. An overarching goal of the department is to

Cornell University College of Agriculture and Life Sciences:: Cornell University College of Agriculture and Life Sciences New York State Agricultural Experiment Station. It is one of the premier horticulture research and extension institutes in the world. The outstanding faculty, high quality laboratory, greenhouse, and field facilities; state-of-the-art electronic and information resources; and friendly and dedicated employees make the Station an exciting and pleasant place to study and conduct research. T

Auburn University School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences:: Description of undergraduate and graduate programs, personnel, employment information, links, and contact information.

University of Tennessee Department of Forestry, Wildlife, and Fisheries:: Contact information, academics, alumni, personnel, extension, class websites, online forum, job and internship information, online newsletters, graduate student information, and links.

University of Texas at Austin - Perspective on the Deepwater Horizon spill:: Discussion about the explosion and oil spill with Paul Bommer, David Adelman, Dr. Tadeusz W. Patzek, Dr. Charles G. Groat and Dr. Sheridan Titman, all from the University of Texas. (May 18, 2010)

Cotton Economics Research Institute (CERI) at Texas Tech University:: Coordinates economic research activities on all aspects of cotton research (e.g. production, marketing, trade, processing, value added) within Texas Tech University and other research units throughout the United States and other countries.

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