Assistant Professor of Wildlife & Outdoors Management
Office: 1603 Throckmorton
Area(s) of Specialization:
Wildlife & Outdoors Management
B.S., Wildlife Biology, Kansas State University, 2003
Ph.D., Biology, Kansas State University, 2016
Area of Emphasis
Ricketts, A.M., and B.K. Sandercock. 2016. Patch-burn grazing increases habitat heterogeneity and biodiversity of small mammals in managed rangelands. Ecosphere 7(8):e01431.10.1002/ecs2.1431.
Ricketts, A.M., and B.K. Sandercock. October 2016. Demographic performance of small mammals in response to patch-burn grazing. The Wildlife Society (23rd Annual Conference), Raleigh, North Carolina.
Ricketts, A.M., and B.K. Sandercock. August 2015. Small mammal responses to patch-burn grazing. The Wildlife Society, Central Mountains and Plains Section Meeting, Manhattan, Kansas.
Ricketts, A.M., and B.K. Sandercock. January 2015. Coyote space use in tallgrass prairie. Kansas Natural Resources Conference, Wichita, Kansas.
|Course #||Title||Semester||Delivery Method|
|WOEM 205||Sporting Clays Range Dev. & Ops.||Spring||On Campus|
|WOEM 206||Trap & Skeet Range Dev. & Ops.||Spring||On Campus|
|WOEM 207||Introduction to Habitat Management||Spring||On Campus|
|WOEM 562||Advanced Habitat Management||Fall||On Campus|
|WOEM 565||Principles and Practices of Freshwater Fishing and Guiding||Spring||On Campus|
|WOEM 620||Human Wildlife Conflicts||Spring||On Campus|