Jeremiah is a PhD student interested in the development of adaptive capacity, evolution and resilience of learning networks. He is currently working with the Fire Adapted Communities Learning Network and the Locally Managed Marine Area (LMMA) Network of the Indo-Pacific. Jeremiah’s interests are diverse and include statistics, ecology, behavioral interactions, community structure, impacts of introduced species, science communication, policy and planning and the interplay between humans and the rest of the natural world (coupled natural-human systems).
Before joining the Goldstein lab at CU-Boulder, Jeremiah worked for >15 years as an aquatic/landscape ecologist with Federal and State agencies, universities and private and non-profit consulting firms throughout the Western United States. He holds an Honors Bachelor of Science degree in Fisheries and Wildlife (2003), a Master of Science in Quantitative Fish Ecology (2005), and a Master of Public Policy (2016) from Oregon State University. Jeremiah enjoys spending time in the great outdoors with his wife and kids, friends and animals. Favorite activities include camping, backpacking, fishing, hunting, forest foraging, SCUBA diving, fly tying, traveling, photography, reading, gardening, geocaching, and homebrewing/distilling.
Find out more about what Jeremiah does at his CU Boulder ENVS bio (here).
Also see his about.me profile.
Keywords: Coupled natural-human systems (CNH), Science Policy, Science Communication, Science and Planning, Environmental Science and Design, Human Dimensions of Natural Resource Management, Science and Technology Policy Studies, Sustainability, Ecology, Conservation, Fisheries and Wildlife, Natural Resource Management, Social Media