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Century-old plant samples in Oklahoma’s natural history collections help today’s researchers study ecosystem health, biodiversity, climate and more.
While mapping software and aerial images help analyze grazeable acres, a Noble Research Institute grazing study shows there’s no substitute for knowing your ranch at ground level.
Northern bobwhite quail populations have been declining since 1967. Noble Research Institute studied trends in population as they relate to environmental conditions or factors, such as encroachment of woody species.
The Rangeland Analysis Platform can be a useful tool to assess vegetation in the Western U.S. and Great Plains, helping land managers and range ecologists build resilient rangelands.
Ecologists capture the sounds of birds, frogs, insects and other species to monitor biodiversity and other important indicators of successful land management.
Mike Proctor, Noble Research Institute ag technology research associate, explains the basics behind how GPS helps calculate your location and offers a demonstration activity.