James W. Jordan (PhD)Core Faculty, Director of Field Studies Program
Department of Environmental Studies
Recent MS Students
Jenifer Holton – Common connectivity challenges in New England streams: Review of current literature and an assessment of a small stream in mid-coast Maine.
Kobil Shokirov – Comparative study of two different soil conservation practices from the Faizabad region of Tajikistan.
John Bosco Sumani – The impact of climate change on human migration in the Upper West Region of Ghana: The case of peasant farmers in Nadowli District.
Recent PhD Students
Melissa Laser – A framework for process-based restoration: Riparian function and large woody debris dynamics in an Atlantic Salmon river in Maine.
Rosemarie Bradley – Evaluating U.S. Federal Marine Protected Areas programs: A comparative analysis and conceptual framework.
Ann Ruzow Holland – Participatory planning for a promised land: Citizen-lead, comprehensive land use planning in New York’s Adirondack Park.
Michea Caye – Using formative research to increase community resilience: A case of under-addressed youth problem gambling.