As an educator and academic, I am committed to sharing my research, whether in publications, academic conferences or through public outreach. Click on the titles in blue below to view presentations or posters.
Co-producing actionable climate science and adaptation strategies for landscape assessment and planning on public lands. April 2019. National Adaptation Forum. Madison, WI. [Upcoming]
Co-producing actionable climate science and adaptation strategies to inform planning for public lands management. December 2018. AGU. Washington, DC. [Upcoming]
Managing Resilience of Landscapes and Livelihoods. April 2018. Department of the Interior. Presentation. Washington, DC.
Soil Health Effects of Supplemental Feeding on Working Rangelands in the Gunnison Valley. January 2018. Society for Range Management. Poster. Reno, NV.
Managing for Ecosystem and Livelihood Resilience: A Statewide Vulnerability Assessment for BLM Colorado. January 2018. Society for Range Management. Poster. Reno, NV.
Ranching, Recreation & Resilience: A Cross Scale and Mixed-Methods Vulnerability Assessment. January 2018. Society for Range Management. Presentation. Reno, NV.
Rooted Cosmopolitanism: Can Sense of Place Scale Up? November 2017. Future Earth, Programme for Ecosystem Change and Society (PECS). Presentation. Oaxaca, Mexico. [Planned]
Transformative science for society: The next evolution of transdisciplinary science for sustainability? November 2017. Future Earth, Programme for Ecosystem Change and Society (PECS). Presentation. Oaxaca, Mexico. [Planned]
Transformative Science for Society: The Next Evolution for Citizen Science? May 2017. Citizen Science Conference. Presentation. Minneapolis, MN.
Integrating Socio-Ecological Climate Change Adaptation Strategies in Public Land Management and Decision-Making May 2017. National Adaptation Conference. Presentation. St. Paul, MN.
Climate change in the BLM: a review of grey literature. May 2017. National Adaptation Conference. Poster. St. Paul, MN.
Integrating social and ecological vulnerability to climate change in Colorado. May 2017. National Adaptation Conference. Poster. St. Paul, MN.
Adapting management to a warming world: a review of methodological approaches to social vulnerability assessment and a framework for application on public lands. June 2016. International Symposium on Society and Resource Management. Poster. Houghton, MI.
Landowner perceptions of the Endangered Species Act and the potential for unintended consequences. February 2015. Society for Range Management Conference. Presentation. Sacramento, CA.
Parks, people and change: Park service and resident’s perceptions of climate change and conservation in the Denali region. May 2014. Resilience 2014 Conference. Presentation. Montpellier, France.
Adapting science to a warming world: What stakeholders in Alaska say about how the process and practices of science should change. March 2013. National Adaptation Conference. Poster. Denver, CO.
Unintended consequences? : Understanding the interactions between culture, livelihoods, resources and species protection. March 2013. Society for Applied Anthropology. Presentation. Denver, CO.
Conservation Pulse: Documenting expert knowledge of the Gunnison Sage Grouse for improved conservation. February 2013. Society for Range Management. Presentation. Oklahoma City, OK.
Collaborative adaptive science for self-reliance: Redefining community-Universitypartnerships. February 2013. Society for Range Management. Presentation. Oklahoma City, OK.
Local knowledge of environmental change: A case study from Denali National Park. August 2012. Ecological Society of America. Poster. Portland, OR.