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  • Monika Derrien, Social Scientist

    Forests & Plants
    PDF preview of the front of Monika Derrien's collector card showing Dr. Derrien standing outside in a park.
    • Ph.D., University of Vermont
    • USDA Forest Service Scientist
    • A social scientist studies interactions among individuals, groups, and societies.
  • Tinelle Bustam, Educator and Social Scientist

    Artemis Moon Trees
    Front cover of Tinelle Bustam Collector Card
    • Ph.D., University of Florida
    • USDA Forest Service
    • As an educator, I identify, design, and deliver opportunities for visitors to our national forests to strengthen and deepen their connections to the outdoors through education. With the Moon Trees project, I have the opportunity to educate people about our forests and outer space!
  • Grant Kirker, Research Technologist

    Forests & PlantsScience Communication
    Front cover of Dr. Grant Kirker Collector Card
    • Ph.D., Mississippi State University
    • USDA Forest Service Scientist
    • Research technologists are responsible for planning, conducting, and analyzing scientific experiments as well as communicating results through peer-reviewed journals.  My research interests relate to living and nonliving factors that cause wood to decay.
  • Paul Gobster, Research Landscape Architect

    Forests & Plants
    Front cover of Dr. Paul Gobster Collector Card
    • Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Madison
    • USDA Forest Service Scientist
    • A landscape architect studies how the design, planning, and management of landscapes can provide a more harmonious fit between people and their environment.
  • Brett J. Butler, Research Forester

    Forests & Plants
    Front cover of Dr. Brett J. Butler Collector Card
    • Ph.D., Oregon State University
    • USDA Forest Service Scientist
    • A research forester is a scientist who studies the patterns and processes impacting forests. My work focuses on the human dimensions of forests and specifically the people and organizations who own and manage forest.
  • Daniel R. Williams, Environmental Social Scientist

    Front cover of Dr. Daniel R. Williams Collector Card
    • Ph.D., University of Minnesota
    • USDA Forest Service Scientist
    • Environmental social scientists study a wide variety of topics involving people, society, and their interactions with the environment.  My work focuses on how people experience and value nature in their everyday lives.
  • Sarah Wiener, Social Scientist

    Science Communication
    Front cover of Sarah Wiener Collector Card
    • M.S., North Carolina State University
    • USDA Forest Service Scientist
    • As a social scientist, I study the ways that landowners and natural resources specialists interact with scientific information.  I help scientists and tool developers improve their communications and products.
  • Neil Weintraub, Archaeologist

    Front cover of Neil Weintraub Collector Card
    • B.A., Grinnell College
    • USDA Forest Service Scientist
    • As an archaeologist, I work with partners, volunteers, and tribes to survey, record, protect, interpret, and preserve places where people once lived.
  • David Wear, Resource Economist & Computer Modeler

    Front cover of Dr. David Wear Collector Card
    • Ph.D., University of Montana
    • USDA Forest Service Scientist
    • As a resource economist and computer modeler, I study how people choose to use and manage forests and natural resources.  This enables us to predict how people may use those resources in the future.
  • Travis Warziniack, Environmental Economist

    Front cover of Dr. Travis Warziniack Collector Card
    • Ph.D., University of Wyoming
    • USDA Forest Service Scientist
    • Environmental economists study the way people interact with nature.  This research includes how people value nature, how they respond to changes in the environment, and what policies can be used to protect the environment.