NMSU researchers estimate density, abundance of black bears in New Mexico

  Date: 05/13/2014 Writer: Jocelyn N. Apodaca, 575-646-7562, [email protected] Using noninvasive genetic sampling, researchers from the Department of Biology and the Department of Fish, Wildlife and Conservation Ecology at New Mexico State University are leading the way in estimating the density and abundance of black bears in the state of New Mexico. Funded by the New … Read moreNMSU researchers estimate density, abundance of black bears in New Mexico

Secrets in the soil: NMSU scientists research desert’s tadpole shrimp

  Date: 07/15/2014 Writer: Jocelyn N. Apodaca, 575-646-7562, [email protected] “You look at the soil and you don’t see anything, but you put it in water and it comes to life,” said David Cowley, associate professor in the Department of Fish, Wildlife and Conservation Ecology at New Mexico State University. Researching a unique crustacean with a fossil … Read moreSecrets in the soil: NMSU scientists research desert’s tadpole shrimp