International Research in NRSM
See below for more information on NRSM students, faculty, and alumni doing international research in the natural resources field. If you know of researchers who should be included on this page, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with more information.
Ph.D. graduate student, Natural Resources Science and Management working with Dr. Kristen Nelson.
Anne's primary research area is Economics, Policy, Management, and Society.
International research conducted in Antarctica and Uganda.
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Ph.D. graduate student, Natural Resources Science and Management working with Dr. Stephen Polasky.
A native of The Gambia, Nfamara’s research interests are centered on climate change adaptation, policy, and economics as well as disaster risk reduction in developing countries.
Nfamara is currently a Graduate Research Assistant working the Natural Capital Project under the Institution on the Environment.
Visit our International Student Ambassadors page to learn more about Nfamara and our other international ambassadors.
Research Forester, USDA Forest Service
Michael's research is focused on developing tools and methods to support forest and natural resource planning and management that incorporates multiple uses, goals, and perspectives from broad segments of society.
International research conducted in South American (mostly Bolivia).
Visit Michael Dockry's website for more information about his research and interests.
Retired, formerly Department of Forest Resources
PI on a GPS Alliance Global Spotlight grant in Mizoram, Northeast India.
This research program now involves faculty from several UMN departments. We signed an MOU to collaborate on research and academic areas. We recently signed an MOU with Kohima Science College in Nagaland, also in NE India. Our UMN team has sent several UMN grad student to Mizoram. We have also co-hosted three international conferences, and 4th planned for Jan 2019 in Nagaland. We have published two books on our research.
Assistant Professor, Department of Forest Resources
Forrest's areas of interest include public participation in democratic decision-making, and 3rd world development.
International research conducted in India, Mexico, and Guatemala.
Visit Forrest's website for more information about his ongoing research.
Samantha’s research interests are gendered human-dimensions of human-tiger conflict and gender equity in natural resources management. She is also the co-founder of 501c3 non-profit Project Conservation.
International research conducted in Nepal.
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Alumni, Natural Resources Science and Management graduate program.
Gunnar's primary research area was Wildlife Ecology and Management.
International research conducted in Canada, Central America, and South America.
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M.S. graduate student, Natural Resources Science and Management working with Dr. Todd Arnold.
Michael's primary research area is Wildlife Ecology and Management.
International research conducted in Manitoba, Canada.
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Senior Scientist, Biological Resources Division, U.S. Geological Survey
Dave Mech is collaborating with Dan MacNulty of Utah State University, Morgan Anderson of the Department of Environment, Nunavut, Canada, and Dean Cluff, Department of the Environment, Northwest Territories, Canada on a study of wolf pack spacing, movements, predation and genetics, on Ellesmere Island in northern Canada.
The work is based on GPS radio-collaring wolves during summer on the Fosheim Peninsula of Ellesmere and obtaining location data at least daily year around based on satellite transmission to websites.
Ph.D. graduate student, Natural Resources Science and Management working with Dr. Joseph Bump.
A native of Kenya, Fredrick Lala has over 15 years of experience in wildlife conservation and research. His main areas of research interest are wildlife ecology and bone taphonomy.
Currently, his research is centred on the impact of infrastructural development in Tsavo National Parks on the movement of wildlife, especially elephants.
Visit our International Student Ambassadors page to learn more about Fredrick and our other international ambassadors.
H.T. Morse Distinguished Professor of Water Quality and Environmental Management Undergraduate Coordinator, Department of Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology
Jim Perry has worked internationally for 50 years. His main areas of interest include: climate change adaptation, ecosystem management, watershed management, and decision making. His work is global, broadly applicable to watersheds as ecosystems, and more notably to protected areas including and all natural World Heritage sites.
Visit this webpage for more information regarding two of Jim Perry's more recent international research projects.
Professor, Department of Forest Resources
Ingrid's research is focused mainly in the areas of parks, recreation, and tourism management.
International research conducted in Germany, Austria, and Italy.
Visit this webpage for a list of publications relevant to the above research.