IASNR3 - PNG

(936) 337-8589

(936) 337-8589

IASNR3 - PNG

(936) 337-8589

IASNR3 - PNG

Kate Sherren

I am interested in landscape change in anthropogenic systems like farms, energy, engineered coasts and cities, and how perceptions of landscape change can limit sustainability transitions of various kinds. In my research I am an applied social scientist, but use spatial and visual methods: spatial analysis, landscape visualization, social network analysis, and/or interviews and focus […]

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Kindra Jesse De’Arman

Kindra De’Arman is a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Oregon in the department of sociology. Her research and professional experience focus on environmental decision-making in USFS and BLM managed areas. Particular topics include public participation, settler colonialism, and the socio-cultural use of science. Her dissertation further explores these topics by analyzing how the BLM […]

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Casey Taylor

My research focuses on how stakeholders, communities, and government institutions interact in the creation and implementation of natural resource policies and management plans. I use a mix of qualitative and quantitative methods to analyze the roles played by science, trust, and collaboration in decisions surrounding natural resources, including wildlife management, water quality management, and energy […]

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Jill Weiss

I have been working in the environmental field for over 20 years. I am an interdisciplinary scholar seeking opportunities to collaborate on social science and conservation research especially related to environmental stewardship, behavior and management, communication, and resilience in bioregions. Research: Out of my studies in conservation networks, we have the following projects active in […]

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