Hector Garduño

Hector Garduño received a BS in ecology with a concentration in rangeland restoration from Universidad de Zootecnia (Chihuahua, Mx) in 2004. After completing his undergraduate degree, he began the master's program in the range department at NMSU in 2005 with a concentration in rangeland hydrology. After completing his graduate degree, he began the doctorate program at the same department with a concentration in forest hydrology working along with the New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources. Hector's project analyses the effects of non-commercial thinning on forest hydrology at plot scale. Hector has been dedicated to watershed hydrology and currently is working as a teaching assistant in the Range Department at NMSU.

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