University of Arkansas At Monticello School of Forest Resources

University Of Arkansas At Monticello School Of Forest Resources

The University of Arkansas at Monticello School of Forest Resources is located within the Henry H Chamberlin Forest Resource Complex on the UAM campus in Monticello, Arkansas. The Chamberlin Forest Resources Complex also houses the Arkansas Forest Resource Center. The School employs 17 faculty and offers three Bachelor of Science degrees, one Associate of Science degree, one Masters of Science degree, and five minors.

The UAM School of Forest Resources is the only forestry school in the State of Arkansas, appropriately located in the heart of Arkansas' timber-growing region.

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... or SAL, is one of the landmarks of the School ... for Advanced Spatial Technology, the SAL lab hosts a digital database for Arkansas oriented spatial data, such as land use or soil types ... for use in differential correction of GPS data within 300 miles of Monticello ...

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