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Leslie Elmore

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Program Coordinator

Office: 260 Ag Hall

Phone: 405-744-5615

Email: leslie.elmore@okstate.edu

Education

M.S.: Wildlife and Fisheries Science, Mississippi State University, 2003

B.S.: Biology, Valdosta State University, 1997

Responsibilities:

Leslie Elmore is responsible for administering USGS and other grants through the Water Center; coordinating activities, including biannual Advisory Board meetings and our annual Research Symposium; and managing all communication and outreach resources for the Center, including designing and maintaining this Web site and editing and publishing the Center's newsletters

If you would like to see additions or edits on this site, please send suggestions to water@okstate.edu.

Publications

Conferences & Journal Publications

Fox, Garey, Dan Storm, Chad Penn, and Leslie Elmore. The Oklahoma Water Resources Center: Leading Collaborative Efforts on Protecting Water Quality in the Illinois River Watershed. (poster)

Elmore, Leslie. Water Use by Eastern Redcedar. Extension Publication L-439. November 2013.

Messmer, T.A. and L.W. Elmore. 2006. The Sage-Grouse Restoration Project. 11th Triennial Extension Wildlife and Fisheries Specialists Conference.

Elmore, L.W., D.A. Miller, and F.J. Vilella. 2005. Foraging area size and habitat use by red bats (Lasiurus borealis) in an intensively managed pine landscape in Mississippi. The American Midland Naturalist 153 (2): 405-417.

Elmore, L.W., D.A. Miller, and F.J. Vilella. 2004. Selection of diurnal roosts by red bats (Lasiurus borealis) in an intensively managed pine forest in Mississippi. Forest Ecology and Management 199: 11-20.

Welch, L. D. 2003. Movements, foraging areas, habitat selection, and roost site selection of red bats in an intensively managed pine forest in Mississippi. M.S. Thesis. Mississippi State University, Mississippi State. 92 pp.

Welch, L. D., F. J. Vilella, and D. A. Miller. 2001. Roost site selection, habitat use, and movements of red bats in an intensively managed pine forest in Mississippi. Wildlife Society Annual Conference 8:298.

Outreach Publications

Horton, Emily and Leslie Elmore. April 2017. Student Affiliate Program... Growing Partners with the Water Center. Water Center original article.

Horton, Emily and Leslie Elmore. 2017. The 2017 Student Water Conference Makes a Splash. The AQUAHOMAN 13(1): 5.

Cross, Joshua and Leslie Elmore. 2016. Streamside Aquifers Blur the Boundaries between Groundwater and Surface Water. The AQUAHOMAN 12(1): 3.

Cross, Joshua and Leslie Elmore. 2015. Improving Irrigation Efficiencies through New Technologies. The AQUAHOMAN 11(3): 3.

Cross, Joshua and Leslie Elmore. June 2015. Got Questions about Stormwater Runoff and LID? Oklahoma State University Has Answers! Water Center Extension Highlights Series.

Cross, Joshua and Leslie Elmore. June 2015. Managing Ponds for Good Fishing. Water Center Extension Highlights Series.

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