Jack L. Butler Jack L. Butler
Research Ecologist
USDA Forest Service
Rocky Mountain Research Station
1730 Samco Road
Rapid City, SD 57702
(605) 394-2670
E-mail: jackbutler@fs.fed.us

My main research interests are in ecology and conservation biology.  Much of my current research efforts are directed toward evaluating the efficacy of controlling exotic plants using biological agents as part of integrated pest management.  I am also interested in the effects that exotics, and the control of exotics, may have on the biological diversity of natural ecosystems.  I teach courses in wildlife conservation, wildlife habitat biology, general ecology, and biometry.

Biocontrol Assessment:
Executive Summary   1999 Annual Report
2000 Annual Report

Nontarget Species Impact:
Executive Summary   2000 Annual Report

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