Research Spotlight: Dept. Natural Resources Management’s Griffis-Kyle
By: Norman Martin
Kerry Griffis-Kyle, an associate professor within the Department of Natural Resources Management, joined the Texas Tech faculty in 2008. The Ohio native's research broadly centers on biodiversity and conservation. Much of her lab's work is focused on evaluating how anthropogenic stressors, including climate change, are affecting wetlands, wetland dependent species, and other sensitive natural resources and how she can modify management strategies to mitigate for these issues.
Prior joining Texas Tech, she was on the adjunct and graduate faculty in the Department of Fish, Wildlife & Conservation Ecology at New Mexico State. She received her bachelor's degree in wildlife ecology from the University of Florida, and her master's degree in forestry from Northern Arizona University. Her doctorate in biology is from Syracuse University.
CONTACT: Clint Krehbiel, Dean, Davis College of Agricultural Sciences & Natural Resources, Texas Tech University at (806) 742-2808 or Clint.Krehbiel@ttu.edu
- Agricultural & Applied Economics
- Agricultural Education & Communications
- Animal & Food Sciences
- Landscape Architecture
- Natural Resources Management
- Plant & Soil Science
- Veterinary Science
Editor: Norman Martin
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