Paul Meiman

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Paul Meiman

Associate Professor, Extension Specialist - Rangeland Livestock/Wildlife Interactions, State Specialist

Summary

Rangeland Management and Rangeland Ecology (livestock grazing management, animal/plant interactions, animal/habitat interactions, wildlife/livestock interactions, riparian areas, invasive plants, vegetation management)

Programs

Resource Stewardship improves rangeland management cb

Collaborative Resource Stewardship improves rangeland management

Extension has helped lead Collaborative Resource Stewardship efforts in northeastern Nevada over the past seven years, resulting in a model for other states and areas.

learning about riparians

Nevada Youth Range Camp Program

Most of Nevada’s youth live in large urban environments, with little exposure to rangelands, forests or agricultural environments, and the products and services rangelands provide. This program teaches students ages 14-18 how to read maps; identify and the importance of rangeland plants; evaluate sagebrush, woodland and stream ecosystems; wildlife habitat; and many other topics related to rangelands.

News & Journal Articles, Fact Sheets, Reports...

Journals
A Change in the Ecological Understanding of Rangelands in the Great Basin and Intermountain West and Implications for Management: Revisiting Mack and Thompson (1982) Perryman, P., Schultz, B., Meiman, P. 2021, Rangeland Ecology & Management Vol 76, Pages 1-11
Genome-wide association studies of beef cow terrain-use traits using Bayesian multiple-SNP regression C.F.Piercea, S.E.Speidela, S.J.Colemana, R.M.Ennsa, D.W.Baileyb, J.F.Medranoc, A.Cánovasd, P.J.Meimane, L.D.Howeryf, W.F.Mandevilleg, M.G.Thomas 2020, Livestock Science Vol 232, Feb 2020, 103900
Predatory Plants and Patchy Cows: Modeling Cattle Interactions with Toxic Larkspur Amid Variable Heterogeneity K. Jablonski, R. Boone, P. Meiman 2020, Rangeland Ecology and Management, 73(1):73-83

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