With the support of the Emmett Family Collaboration Grant Fund and the Anne and Reid Buckley Fund, we have the opportunity to provide funding for compelling projects that leverage the unique skill sets and expertise of both E-IPER PhD students and Joint/Dual MS students.
Our motivation for this funding is to encourage and incentivize collaborations that address significant environmental and resource issues in ways that cannot be as effectively addressed in isolation. This structured PhD/MS collaboration model is one way E-IPER is exploring and demonstrating avenues for interdisciplinary collaboration.
Counting California Forest Carbon Offsets
Christa Anderson & Jason PerkinsRead more
Communication and Collaboration between National Park Service and Community Stakeholders in Northwest Arctic Alaska
Kristen Green & Savannah FletcherRead more