Climate Change Resilience to Drought- Graduate Assistantship
University of Wyoming | Laramie, WY
Level: Beginner | Full-time
The Collaborative Adaptive Rangeland Management (CARM) project in northeastern Colorado provides an opportunity to explore rancher adaptive capacity in this region as well as an existing network of >25 ranchers in eastern Wyoming and Colorado. Dr. Corrine Noel Knapp is recruiting an MS student to join her rangeland social science and climate adaptation group at the University of Wyoming. The student’s project will focus on understanding the rancher perception of and response to drought. This research will help explore how participation in these efforts influence rancher adaptive capacity. Applications close November 15.