Dr. Michael Schwartz, Director of the USDA Forest Service National Genomics Center for Wildlife and Fish Conservation and Program Manager for the Rocky Mountain Research Station Wildlife and Terrestrial Ecosystems Science Program, has been awarded the title of "highly cited researcher" by Clarivate Analytics. This title means he ranks in the top 1 percent by citations for his field and publication year in Web of Science, and is seen as "leading the way in solving the world’s biggest challenges." His work includes research in the fields of conservation genetics/genomics, genetic monitoring, landscape genetics, and the ecology of threatened and endangered species.
The Rocky Mountain Research Station (RMRS) is one of seven units within the U.S. Forest Service Research and Development. RMRS maintains 14 field laboratories throughout a 12-state territory encompassing parts of the Great Basin, Southwest, Rocky Mountains, and the Great Plains. RMRS also administers and conducts research on 14 experimental forests, ranges and watersheds and maintains long-term research databases for these areas. While anchored in the geography of the West our research is global in scale. To find out more about the RMRS go to www.fs.usda.gov/rmrs. You can also follow us on Twitter at www.twitter.com/usfs_rmrs.
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