1601 N. Kent Street, 4th Floor
Arlington, VA 22209
Currently serving as a liaison between Forest Service R&D and the policy community on issues related to greenhouse gas mitigation, bioenergy, carbon "offset" markets, and certification systems. Recent research includes examination of similarities between and barriers to dual certification for both carbon offsets and forest management certification.
In addition, I also serve as a Washington Office contact for tribal-related research.
climate change, biomass utilization, bioenergy/biofuels, certification, tribal-related research
- Oregon State University, MS in Forest Resources Looked at environmental opinions and willingness-to-pay of coastal residents in the Pacific Northwest related to estuary/ecosystem health., 2002
- Colorado State University, BS - double major in Biochemistry and Natural Resource Management Undergraduate research focused on soil biochemistry, in particular carbon cycling enzyme activity in urban & desert soils., 2000