Tyler Lark’s research garners attention with national publications and conferences

Nelson Institute Center for Sustainability and the Global Environment (SAGE) scientist Tyler Lark is sharing his research into grassland ecosystems through a variety of publications and presentations.

Lark, who leads research on U.S. agricultural land-use change and its impacts on our nation’s land and water resources, has spent a great deal of time studying grassland loss and its impact on ecosystems. This research was recently featured in an article in National Geographic. The research, which was conducted by Lark and his colleagues Seth Spawn, Holly Gibbs, and Matt Bougie in the Nelson Institute’s Center for Sustainability and the Global Environment is “helping bring light to the issue of grassland losses in the United States and ways we can help mitigate the impacts of land conversion on wildlife, biodiversity, and climate change,” Lark shared…

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