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Amanda Carrico
Sciences Core

Amanda's work examines the psychological and social underpinnings of sustainable behavior.  She has explored this question within the context of energy and climate policy in the US, neighborhood and household lawn management practices, and agricultural water use in South Asia. She also has a new line of work to examine how individuals engaged in resource dependent livelihoods respond and adapt to environmental change.

Joel Hartter
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Joel's research broadly focuses on the social and ecological impacts of landscape change and the implications for sustainable livelihoods.

Mark Williams
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Mark's research interest is the ecology of mountain areas, looking at the interaction of organisms with their environment, focusing on classical environmental variables such as soil, rocks, and minerals as well as surrounding water sources and the local atmosphere.

Olga Wilhelmi
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James White
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Jim's research interests include: global change, paleoclimate dynamics, and biogeochemistry.

Carol Wessman
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Xi Wang
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Xi is is interested in the role of policy in facilitating large-scale transitions to renewables. In particular, her research is focused on better understanding why some states enact Renewable Portfolio Standards (RPS), and what allows certain states to set ambitious renewables levels.

Darin Toohey
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Professor Toohey's research addresses the role of trace gases and aerosols on Earth's climate, atmospheric oxidation, and air quality. He develops instruments for fast-response in situ measurements from the ground, balloons, and aircraft.

Robert Sievers
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Karen Schlatter
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