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Boise State University

Emily Rowen is pursuing an M.S. in Natural Resource Sciences with a specialization in human dimensions under the advising of Dr. Gwendwr Meredith. Her research explores the social dimensions that affect agricultural producers and conservation professionals' management of eastern redcedar. She is collaborating with researchers from the University of Montana through the Resilience Informatics as Screening Tools project. Emily's research interests also include resilience, regime shifts, and social ecological systems. She received her B.A. in Psychology from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

Key research Interests: social-ecological systems, regime shifts, eastern redcedar encroachment,

Member Since: 2022