As an Air Force dependent, Allie Beth Webb grew up all over the globe, yet she has always been Texas bred. Her family moved back to the Great State her senior year of High School. She attended Lubbock Christian University, and graduated in 2013 with a B.S. from the newly formed Natural Resources, Ecology, and Conservation program. Ms. Webb went on to receive her Master’s in Wildlife, Aquatic, and Wildland Science and Management from Texas Tech University, and started teaching for the LCU Natural Sciences Department in Fall of 2019. She is a member of the Graham Chapel Church of Christ congregation in Post, Texas, where she and her family are involved in children’s ministry and education. Ms. Webb loves to be outdoors camping, hiking, working on the family Christmas Tree Farm, and helping others improve their own lands for livestock and wildlife uses. In addition, she enjoys knitting, embroidering, singing, old western movies, college football, and Christmas. Allie Beth Webb considers herself an ambassador of Christ, a Texan, and Forever Blue.
Ms. Webb is very excited about any research dealing with ecology, environmental studies, and land management. She is also a member of the Society for Range Management.
Publications and Presentations
Durham, B. W., Porter, L.,*Webb, A. B., and *Thomas, J. 2016. Seasonal influences of environmental variables and artificial aeration on Escherichia coli in small urban lakes. Journal of Water and Health 14:929-941.
Webb, A. B. 2016. Bouteloua gracilis competition with Salsola iberica in shortgrass prairie rangelands. Annual Meeting of the Texas Section Society for Range Management.
Webb, A. B. and C. Villalobos. 2016. Texas Rangelands Use and Management. Presentation to a delegation of international students.
*Denotes undergraduate students