Dr. Stephen Webb, Landscape Ecologist for the Noble Research Institute, shows us some of the latest gear and software being employed by Noble researchers to track and learn more about animal behavior.
Meet the graduate students furthering their education and research experiences at the Noble Research Institute.
The Noble Research Institute and Oklahoma State University initiated a study to investigate wild pig habitat use, ecology and damage within agricultural landscapes where pecans are actively grown and harvested.
The Noble Research Institute and Oklahoma State University developed the Pecan Loss Calculator to estimate the number of pounds and dollars lost as a result of pecan harvester inefficiency and wild pig rooting damage.
Precision livestock technologies collect, analyze and interpret a wide range of metrics on animals for the purpose of research, production, management or well-being.
The more we use systems thinking in land stewardship, the more we reduce unintended consequences of management decisions on soil health and ecosystem services.
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.
Noble Research Institute researchers developed a scientific project to better understand how hunting pressure may affect buck behavior.