Wade Ryberg

Research Scientist

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Dr. Wade Ryberg joined the Texas A&M Natural Resources Institute in 2014 as a research scientist. His research program focuses on diagnosing, understanding and resolving complex problems in conservation biology and natural resource management

Many of these problems arise through mismatches in the scale of conservation or management and the spatial and temporal scale of ecological processes. Wade uses landscape, molecular, statistical and theoretical approaches to help realign these scales and develop successful conservation solutions and management policies.

Wade received his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in wildlife and fisheries sciences from Texas A&M University. He earned his doctorate from Washington University in St. Louis in evolution, ecology and population biology.