The resource has been added to your collection
The mission of the Caesar Kleberg Wildlife Research Institute "is to provide science-based information for enhancing the conservation and management of wildlife in south Texas and related environments." The Institute, located at Texas A&M University-Kingsville, conducts research in four main areas: Wildlife Biology, Ecology, and Management; Habitat Ecology and Management; Wildlife Diseases, Parasitology, and Toxicology; and Economic Development of Natural Resources. The Institute website contains brief summaries of these primary research areas, as well as links to specific programs including the Center for Semi-arid Land Ecology, South Texas Natives, Feline Research Program (reported on in the October 1, 2004, NSDL Scout Report for the Life Sciences), and the Wildlife Research Technologies Laboratory. The site also links to information about faculty research members; graduate and research associate positions when available; graduate programs; and a variety of downloadable publications including research reports from 1996-2002. Note: Links to the archived newsletters are not currently connected, but recent issues from 2001-2004 are available in portable document format.
This resource has not yet been reviewed.
Not Rated Yet.