Setting a course for a sustainable landscape
I'm an Assistant Professor of Natural Resource Social Science and GIS at NC State.
My primary research focus is understanding how humans make behavioral and planning adaptations in response to increasingly variable environmental conditions. Methodologically, my research uses stated preference experiments, GIS, and immersive virtual environments to understand contingent behaviors and preferences. The majority of my research is based out of the College of Natural Resource's newly created Digital Imagery Visualization Laboratory.
My previous research has been published in the Journal of Environmental Management, Landscape and Urban Planning, Environmental Management, and Human Ecology.
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