Lacewell, Ronald individual record
Assistant Vice Chancellor

His research centers on the areas of irrigation, farming systems, water quality, new crops and renewable energy. Dr. Lacewell also serves as the leader of federal relations for Texas A&M AgriLife, leading a team to address initiatives, partnering and acting as liaison to federal agencies and Congress.

education and training
selected publications
Academic Articles60
  • Goolsby, J. A., Moran, P. J., Racelis, A. E., Summy, K. R., Martinez Jimenez, M., Lacewell, R. D., Perez de Leon, A., & Kirk, A. A. (2016). Impact of the biological control agent Tetramesa romana (Hymenoptera: Eurytomidae) on Arundo donax (Poaceae: Arundinoideae) along the Rio Grande River in Texas. BIOCONTROL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY. 26(1), 47-60.
  • Adusumilli, N., Lee, T., Rister, M. E., & Lacewell, R. D. (2014). The Economics of Mitigation of Water Pollution Externalities from Biomass Production for Energy. RESOURCES-BASEL. 3(4), 721-733.
  • Gao, X., Birt, A., Ree, B., Lee, N., Calixto, A., Lacewell, R., & Harris, M. (2013). Producer Adoption and Economic Impact in Texas of the Belt-Wide Pecan ipmPIPE Program. Southwestern Entomologist. 38(1), 1-17.
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  • Leidner, A. J., Rister, M. E., Lacewell, R. D., Woodard, J. D., & Sturdivant, A. W. (2012). An analysis of input choice, input prices, and environmental factors on the costs of seawater reverse osmosis systems. DESALINATION. 291, 48-55.
  • Leidner, A. J., Rister, M. E., Lacewell, R. D., & Sturdivant, A. W. (2011). The Water Market for the Middle and Lower Portions of the Texas Rio Grande Basin. JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN WATER RESOURCES ASSOCIATION. 47(3), 597-610.
Conference Papers11
chaired theses and dissertations
First Name
mailing address
Texas A&M Agrilife Research; Vice Chancellor Of Agriculture - Staff; 2124 TAMUS
College Station, TX 77843-2259