AGU Slides for my talk on the use of local ecological knowledge and fisherfolk’s knowledge in hurricane recovery in Gulf of Mexico communities

Abstract How decision-makers are using local ecological knowledge and participatory processes to recover from hurricanes in the Gulf of Mexico This case study details decision-making, or governance, following the major coastal hazard of Hurricane Harvey in the Gulf of Mexico in the United States. It focuses on participatory governance, defined as stakeholder-driven decision-making and management,Continue reading “AGU Slides for my talk on the use of local ecological knowledge and fisherfolk’s knowledge in hurricane recovery in Gulf of Mexico communities”

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Coral Reef Conservation Masters Assistantship 

Conservation Governance Lab at Auburn University, United StatesĀ  Location: Auburn University School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences, 602 Duncan Drive Auburn AL 36839  Timeline: Spring 2022 through Summer 2023 (5 semesters/ just under 2 years)  Salary: Stipend and tuition fully covered by assistantship  Last date to apply: November 25, 2021 Start date: the applicant mustContinue reading Coral Reef Conservation Masters Assistantship 

Funded PhD Position open

Conservation Policy and North American Wildlife PhD Assistantship  Conservation Governance Lab at Auburn University, United StatesĀ  Location: Auburn University School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences, 602 Duncan Drive Auburn AL 36839  Timeline: fall 2021 (3 year assistantship)  Salary: Stipend, benefits, and tuition fully covered by assistantship  Responsibilities: Serving as a teaching assistant and research assistantContinue reading “Funded PhD Position open”