Dr. Jay Angerer



Associate Professor


Agroecological modeling


B.S., Range Management, Texas Tech University, 1986
M.S., Range Science, Texas A&M University, 1991
Ph.D., Rangeland Ecology and Mgmt. Texas A&M University, 2008


(254) 774-6053




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Blackland Research and Extension Center
720 E. Blackland Road
Temple, TX 76502-9622

Research Interests

Jay Angerer is an Assistant Professor at the Blackland Research and Extension Center in Temple, Texas. He received a B.S. in Range Management (1986) from Texas Tech University, a M.S. in Range Science (1991) and a Ph.D. in Rangeland Ecology and Managment from Texas A&M University (2008) During the past 20 years he has worked on a variety of research projects including arid land restoration, technology impact assessment in East and West Africa, and livestock early warning systems in East Africa, Mongolia, and the U.S.  His current research focuses on using satellite imagery and simulation modeling to improve landscape estimates of livestock forage and building decision support systems for improving livestock and vegetation management on rangelands.

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We have moved! After a restructuring that occurred in January 2020, our department and the Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences disbanded. From the restructuring, two new departments were formed. Visit the new departmental sites for up-to-date information. 

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Ecology and Conservation Biology
Rangeland Wildlife and Fisheries Management

Advising for ESSM:
Advising for students in the legacy ESSM programs is now situated under AGLS Advising Center 7

Undergraduate Advising | Ann Pool
Graduate Advising | Amanda Ray

Department Resources

College of Ag and Life Sciences

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