Graduate Studies Office
Graduate students in the college work on cutting-edge research projects with faculty that have international recognition. Many are funded through agencies like NASA and the National Science Foundation. Our graduate students attend many scientific conferences, publish journal articles, and win national awards.
CNR Director of Research & Graduate Studies
College of Natural Resources, Room 204C
CNR Graduate Student Coordinator
College of Natural Resources, Room 204
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CNR Graduate Studies News
Posted Mon, 09 Jul 2018 14:00:00 -0700
What if you could compose music to understand how salmon migrate through rivers? A team of researchers from the University of Idaho and Eastern Washington University have found a way to do just that. Chinook salmon, such as those that migrate to and from Idaho up the Snake and Columbia rivers, are one of Idaho’s most popular sports fish and integral to the region's economy, ecology and identity. Understanding in detail their migratory habits is key to understanding how dams and other man-made influences affect their survival and the river ecosystem writ large.