Understand atmospheric influences on weather, air quality, and pollution, and learn how human and other biotic activities impact the quality of the air we breathe.
Manage and restore wild and rangeland plant communities by gaining an understanding of how natural and managed ecosystems function and interact and connect with human society.
Explore the interaction of physical, biological, and social components of environmental problems. Gain an understanding of the natural science behind environmental problems and how science impacts environmental decision-making.
Study the occurrence, distribution, and behavior of water. Build skills to sustainably enhance water quantity and quality.
Learn how plants grow and develop in managed agricultural ecosystems and how plant products are utilized for food, fiber, and environmental enhancement.
Understand the relationships between the needs of wildlife, people, and the environment, and how these relationships are vital for the maintenance of ecological diversity, recreational resources, and food supplies.