Dr. Lance McNew teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in the Natural Resources and Rangeland Ecology program within the Department of Animal and Range Sciences at Montana State University. Classes focus on wildlife habitat ecology, range & wildlife planning, and quantitative methods.
Course explores primary rangeland and wildlife policy in North America, how it developed and how it is currently administered. Emphasis is on the multidisciplinary application of policy for land resource and wildlife management planning. Animal & Range Sciences.
ARNR 555. Rangeland Wildlife Ecology & Management (3 credit hours) Fall, even years Course explores the history, ecology, and management of wildlife populations occurring on rangelands. Emphasis is placed on habitat and population management with primary consideration of management issues facing wildlife populations in the West.