Ph.D., Watershed Management, University of Arizona
Hydrology, soils, vegetation and road interaction studies in riparian and meadow ecosystems of the southwestern US.
Design, implementation and evaluation of soil conservation and reforestation programs in Africa and the Caribbean.
Selected Publications:Jemison, R. and C. Raish (eds.). (Summer 2000). Livestock management in the American southwest: ecology, society and economics. Elsevier Science. The Netherlands. pp. 597.
Kruse, W. and R. Jemison. (Summer 2000). Grazing systems of the southwest. In: Jemison, R. and C. Raish (eds.). Livestock management in the American southwest: ecology, society and economics. Elsevier Science. The Netherlands. pg. 27-52.
Jemison, R., D. Neary, and D. Pawelek. 1999. Restoration of mountain rangeland meadows using designed runoff channels. In: Eldridge, D. and D. Freudenberger (eds.) People and Rangelands Building the Future: Proceedings of the VI International Rangeland Congress, Townsville, Australia. Vol.2., pg. 698-699.
Pawelek, D., R. Jemison, and D. Neary. 1999. A Constructed Wet Meadow Model for Forested Lands in the Southwest. In: Finch, D., J. Whitney, J. Kelly, and S. Loftin (eds.) Rio Grande ecosystems: linking land, water, and people. 1998 June 2-5; Albuquerque, NM. Proceedings RMRS-P-7. Ogden, UT. USDA Forest Service, RMRS. pg. 97-99.