The Human Dimensions & Conservation Law Enforcement Laboratory (HDCLEL) is a team of faculty/research scientists and research assistants with interests and expertise in the social, economic, law enforcement, and extension aspects of natural resources management with an emphasis on wildlife and fisheries. The research program is supported through contracts and grants of state and federal agencies and non-governmental and private organizations. Facilities include state-of-the-art hardware and software which enable the conduct of large-scale survey and spatial research, and the analysis of social and economic data. The lab is further supported through working-relationships with the GIS/GAP Laboratory in the Department of Wildlife & Fisheries, the John C. Stennis Institute of Government at MSU, and the Social Science Research Center at MSU.

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  • We are located at 100 Blackjack Road,
  • Forestry Products Building 1,
  • Second Floor : Room 1203, 1204 & 1206.
  • Or call us at 662-325-4153.

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