Michigan State University AgBioResearch and MSU Extension research and outreach in natural resources covers a wide variety of topics, including climate change, conservation, fisheries and wildlife, forestry, the environment, energy and water.
Published on January 13, 2022
Two recently published papers examine how life history determines reproductive response of Michigan lake trout to sea lamprey attacks, as well as identifying a biomarker to more accurately quantify parasitism rates.
Published on December 9, 2021
George W. Smith has been named the director of MSU AgBioResearch and senior associate dean for research for the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, effective immediately.
Published on September 29, 2021
MSU researchers are lending their expertise on a variety of topics, from fisheries management to forest ecology.
The Partnership for Ecosystem Research and Management unites MSU with fisheries, wildlife management, and forest management agencies to help keep Michigan’s natural resources healthy and sustainable.
The Institute of Water Research at Michigan State University is dedicated to developing science-based technology, research, educational programs, and partnerships to help understand and address critical water issues.