Metrics, Management and Montoring
Thomas James serves as a research assistant for the Metrics, Management and Monitoring project, a $19 million research effort aimed at understanding how management decisions on pasture and rangeland are interconnected to the overall health of the ecosystem. His responsibilities include plant identification, use and maintenance of various sensors, and GPS points and boundaries for monitoring sites.
Previously, he worked as an ag technology assistant at Noble.
- Certificate of completion, biotechnology program, Southern Oklahoma Technology Center, 2014
- Beef Quality Assurance Certification, 2022-2025
- ArcGIS and ArcPro, 2020