Roy Jemison

Research Hydrologist
Ph.D., Watershed Management, University of Arizona
email: rjemison@fs.fed.us


Research:

Hydrology, soils, vegetation and road interaction studies in riparian and meadow ecosystems of the southwestern US.

  

International Experience:

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.