Setting a course for a sustainable landscape
Mallory Martin, Coordinator
Contact: email@example.com, (919) 707-0121
Rua Mordecai, Science Coordinator
Janet Cakir, Climate Change and Cultural Resources Coordinator
Janet focuses on the cultural, social, and economic components of LCC adaptation planning and understanding and communicating the ways people are culturally, socially, and economically connected with natural and cultural resources.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, (919) 707-0288
Amy Keister, GIS Coordinator
Amy focuses on development and distribution of user-friendly GIS tools and models to help support landscape scale conservation within the LCC.
Contact: email@example.com, (919) 707-0278
Mark Cantrell, Aquatics Liason
Mark focuses on aquatic conservation issues and is the liaison between the South Atlantic LCC and Southeast Aquatic Resources Partnership.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, (850) 769-0552 ext. 250
Brad Pickens, Research Associate, NCSU
Brad is a Post-doc researcher at NCSU. His primary focus is to help integrate South Atlantic LCC's indicator models and expert-based knowledge into the Conservation Blueprint.
Hilary Morris, Blueprint User Support and Communications
Hilary works with users to improve and implement the Blueprint, incorporating feedback to make it a more effective tool for everyone in the conservation community. She also handles communications responsibilities like the newsletter and monthly webinar series.
Contact: email@example.com, (919) 707-0252
Louise Vaughn, Blueprint User Support
Louise works as a conservation planner with the North Carolina Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, housed at NC State University. She is working with the South Atlantic LCC to help refine the Conservation Blueprint as well as communicate how indicators can inform monitoring efforts within an evolving conservation landscape.
Mariano González-Roglich, Postdoctoral Associate, Duke
Mariano is a Postdoctoral Associate with the Duke Nicholas School of the Environment. He serves as the liaison between the South Atlantic LCC staff and a team at Duke University that is working to model how impacts of potential management actions may be reflected in the Cooperative's ecosystem indicators.