Dr. Brad Wilcox’s lab strives to develop a process-based understanding of socio-ecological systems for sustainably managing water resources.
A new study published in Water Resources Research has found out that killing or removal of Salt Cedar,a species introduced in U.S. in early 1800s, from riparian regions do not increase stream flows. This is a groundbreaking result as it challenges the existing assumption that Salt Cedar reduce stream flows because of increased transpiration rates. Dr. Alyson McDonald, who is the lead author on the study, is a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service range specialist at Fort Stockton and is also a former Phd student of Dr. Wilcox. The team… Read More →
The Dean’s Outstanding Achievement Awards are the highest awards in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (C.O.A.L.S) awarded to faculty, staff and students. Dr. Bradford Wilcox was presented with this award last week on September 16th, 2015 at C.O.A.L.S. awards ceremony by Mark Hussey who is the Vice Chancellor and Dean for C.O.A.L.S.
Matthew Berg recently presented his doctoral research at a public meeting of the Lampasas River Watershed Partnership, coordinated by Texas AgriLife Extension. Dr. Berg was the featured guest speaker and discussed how landscape changes over 75 years have affected water resources in the area. Lampasas River Watershed Partnership