A.B. 1996, Princeton University
Ph.D. 2003, Stanford University
1064 E. Lowell St.
Tucson, AZ 85721
Ecology, Management, and Restoration of Rangelands
Our ecological science & policy research address impacts of human society & global change on ecosystems. Our objective is to contribute to the development of policies that protect ecosystems while sustaining their contributions to human well-being.
I teach Ecosystem Services: Science and Policy; co-lead a graduate seminar with Professor George Ruyle on ranching and large-landscape conservation & teach units in the ALRS GIDP graduate seminar and the Master’s in Development Practice seminar.
Climate Adaptation and Sustainability
Ecology Management and Restoration of Rangelands
Social Dimensions of Natural Resource Management
Wildlife Ecology and Management