2004-05 Mills Scholarship Recipients

The Texas Water Resources Institute awarded Mills Scholarships in 2004-05 to the Texas A&M University graduate students listed below.

David Bell , Agricultural Economics
Modeling above and below-ground water systems in Texas in order to fully integrate water as an input in municipal and sectoral economics of Texas
Application
Matt Berg , Rangeland Ecology and Management
Wetland restoration and ecology
Application
Robert Eyeington , Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences
Response of amphibians to variation in landscape features and vegetation cover in the Pedernales River Basin
Application
Lucas Gregory , Rangeland Ecology and Management
Quantifying the affects of woody plant encroachment in semi-arid landscapes on the total water budget
Application
David Hoeinghaus , Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences
Food Web Ecology in the Parana River Basin
Application
Jeremy Hudgeons , Entomology
Physiological affects of beetle defoliation on saltcedar trees
Application
Euclides Jasso , Soil and Crop Sciences
Investigation of isotopic fluxes from grassland and woodland sites in the Edwards Plateau of Texas
Application
Robert Jones , Soil and Crop Sciences
Methylated arsenic species interaction at soils - water interface
Application
Tara Kneeshaw , Geology and Geophysics
Understanding the fate and transport of chemicals in subsurface systems
Application
Leslie McKendrick , Agricultural Education
Perceptions and attitudes that influence how individuals value water
Application
Heather Miller , Geology and Geophysics
Water management, soil salinity and landscape ecology in Laguna Atascosa National Wildlife Refuge
Application
Nena Phillips , Rangeland Ecology and Management
Effect of habit changes in an near San Antonio Bay and its effect of whooping cranes
Application
David Rosen , Rangeland Ecology and Management
Taxonomic and ecological study of select members of the subgeus Limnochloa in the sedge genus Elcharis on the middle and lower Texas Coast
Application
Karen Sell , Geology and Geophysics
The microbial responses to stressors across watershed system boundaries
Application
Travis Waiser , Soil and Crop Sciences
Effectiveness of diffuse reflectance spectroscopy on measuring soil properties in situ - Bosque River Watershed in Erath County
Application
Jennifer Waters , Horticulture
Introduction of Arabidopis thaliana genes to create drought tolerant watermelons
Application
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