NAME
RESEARCH TOPIC
ADVISOR
Erendira Aceves Designing spatially explicit property rights for moving fish. Gaines
Andrew Ayres Three essays on the economics of river basin management. Libecap
William Tyler Brandt Snow hydrology, water resources, the energy balance of snow and ice, and remote sensing and GIS technologies Dozier
Tague
William Burke Hydrology, water resources, climate change impacts, and modeling methods; sediment transport and fire response; spatial-temporal variability of fire dynamics Tague
Patrick Callery Strategic Management and Corporate Sustainability Potoski
Sam Collie Agriculture and natural-resource economics; wilderness management Costello
Jessica Couture   Lenihan
Violaine Desgens-Martin Marine biology; aquatic toxicology; fate and transport of nanoparticles in marine environments Keller
Colleen Devlin Integrated water resources management, community empowerment, foreign aid Buntaine
Alex DeGolia Three papers addressing public and private action on the environment Anderson
Aubrey Dugger Interacting effects of land management strategies and climate change on water resources in the semiarid Santa Fe municipal watershed Tague
Patricia Faundez Marine conservation and planning Gaines
Halpern
Marina Feraud Impacts of emerging contaminants, such as engineered nanomaterials, on soil microbial communities and nutrient cycling. Micropollutants in the urban water environment Holden
Matthew Fienup Economics of private land use; interactions between land-use policy and agricultural intensification and between land-use policy and groundwater management. Applied econometrics Plantinga
Sean Fitzgerald Environmental drivers of fish population dynamics in no-take marine protected areas: Implications for adaptive fisheries management in a changing climate Lenihan
Alexa Fredston-Hermann Drivers, constraints, and consequences of climate-related shifts in Anthropocene species distributions

Gaines
Halpern

Rebecca Gentry Marine Aquaculture Development: Spatial Management, Conservation Opportunities, and Production Potential Gaines
Niklas Griessbaum Environmental informatics Frew
Christopher Heckman Impacts of climate change and land management on how our upland forests use water and, in-turn, the quantity of water that will flow downstream for our consumption and management Tague
Elizabeth Hiroyasu Population dynamics of invasive wild pigs (Sus scrofa) and their effects on community ecology Kendall
Patrick Hunnicutt Political science and sustainable hydroelectric resources develeopment models Buntaine
Timnit Kefela Avenues for bioremediative of polluted sites; reclamation and repurposing of water Holden
Brian Kastl Ridge-to-reef watershed management: deforestation impacts on marine fisheries  
Molly Lassiter TBD Costello
Julia Lawson Data-poor fisheries; multilateral environmental agreements  
Alice Lépissier Energy transitions, carbon pricing, and pathways for decarbonization Soc. Science Group
Owen Liu Effects of changing species interactions on kelp forest ecosystems and fisheries Gaines
Ian McCullough Exposure and sensitivity of ponderosa pine to climate change in mountainous western North American landscapes Davis
Jason Maier Industrial ecology; systems thinking and complexity as applied to systems innovation, decision making, and resilience Geyer
Suh
Matthew Meyers Fluvial Processes Affecting the Texture of a Gravel Bed with an Emphasis on Salmon Spawning Habitat Dunne
Karly Marie Miller Social-ecological systems of the coastal zone and the two-way interaction between conservation and development in coastal communities, with particular attention to factors that affect patterns of marine resource use, and the social and ecological consequences of marine resources Gaines
Cruz Ortiz, Jr. Fate and transport of engineered nanomaterials in the environment Keller
Dan Ovando Developing and implementing practical tools for managing fish and fisheries Costello
Gaines
Joseph Palazzo Consequential life-cycle assessment and the market dynamics of material reuse and recycling Geyer
Jessica Perkins LCA tool development to support decision making in the chemical industry that minimizes the impact to human health and the environment Suh
Yuwei Qin Improving uncertainty analysis in Life Cycle Assessment for quantifying environmental impacts and the better use of LCA results in policy-making. Suh
Jade Sainz Physical and biological processes driving the productivity of shellfish aquaculture in Todos Santos Bay, Mexico Gaines
Lenihan
Runsheng Song Bridging data gap in chemical’s Life Cycle Inventory and rapid toxicity assessment for chemicals with predictive models Keller
Suh
Mengya Tao Improving the method of life cycle impact assessment on chemicals with the consideration of QSAR predictive models Suh
Keller
Sebastian Tapia Linking social and ecological systems in coastal marine resource conservation and management Gaines
Halpern
Laura Urbisci Ecosystem-based approach to shark fishery conservation and management Lenihan
Sarah Valencia Integrating no-take marine reserves into fisheries management:
a cost-effective solution for data-poor fisheries
Lenihan
Daniel Viana Optimizing tourism and fisheries benefits from TURF/Reserve systems Gaines
Caroline Vignardi Addressing questions about the impacts of engineered nanomaterials on key ecological processes that help to control the abundance and distribution of organisms in estuary and marine ecosystems Lenihan
Ying Wang Environmental implications of engineered nanomaterials. Holden
Molly Wilson Social and ecological research to improve small-scale fisheries management Gaines
Halpern
Zoe Welch Assessing impacts and related toxicity mechanisms of metal
oxide nanomaterials upon nitrogen-fixing bacteria
Holden
Becky Wright Integrating equity and collective action into conservation design, implementation and management Gaines
José Zenteno Ecological and social sustainability of small-scale coastal aquaculture in developing countries Gaines
Keller

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