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  • Gregory Frey, Forest Economist

    Forests & Plants
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    • Ph.D., North Carolina State University
    • USDA Forest Service Scientist
    • A forest economist seeks to understand human decisions that impact forests.
  • Kristin Floress, Social Scientist

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    • Ph.D., Purdue University
    • USDA Forest Service Scientist
    • A social scientist in the USDA Forest Service studies what people think and do in relation to natural recources and the environment.
  • David Flores, Research Social Scientist

    Weather & Climate
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    • Ph.D., University of Michigan
    • USDA Forest Service Scientist
    • A research social scientist studies the relationships between people and the environment.
  • Marla R. Emery, Geographer

    Forests & Plants
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    • Ph.D., Rutgers University
    • USDA Forest Service Scientist
    • Geography includes many different things like Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and maps.  However, one important focus of geography is the relationship between people and nature – how human beings and their activities affect nature and how nature affects human beings.
  • C. Meghan Downes, Economist

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    • Ph.D., University of New Mexico
    • USDA Forest Service Scientist
    • As an economist, I study how humans use the environment for goods and services.  I also study the value people place on natural resources and processes.
  • Mike Dockry, Research Forest & Social Scientist

    Forests & PlantsWeather & Climate
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    • Ph.D., University of Wisconsin – Madison
    • Member of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation
    • USDA Forest Service Scientist
    • A forester/social scientist studies how people and communities use, manage, and think about their forests and sustainability.
  • Ken Cordell, Social Scientist

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    • Ph.D., North Carolina State University
    • USDA Forest Service Scientist
    • A social scientist studies people’s values, opinions, beliefs, and attitudes (VOBAs).  The social sciences include economics, anthropology, and a number of other disciplines, each of which has its own background and approaches to studying VOBAs.
  • Susan Charnley, Research Social Scientist

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    • Ph.D., Stanford University
    • USDA Forest Service Scientist
    • Anthropology is the study of people and their culture in both the past and present.  My focus is environmental anthropology, which is the study of human relations with the natural environment.
  • Patty Champ, Environmental Economist

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    • Ph.D., University of Wisconsin – Madison
    • USDA Forest Service Scientist
    • Environmental economics uses economic concepts to study natural resources and the environment.  Within this broad area of study, I am interested in peoples’ preferences and how people make trade-offs related to the environment.
  • Lindsay Campbell, Social Scientist

    Forests & Plants
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    • Ph.D., Rutgers University
    • USDA Forest Service Scientist
    • Human geographers study how people interact with places.  With my focus on nature and geography, I examine the relationships between humans and the environment.  I’m particularly interested in the construction of nature in cities and the role of people and organizations in stewardship of the urban environment.