James W. Jordan, PhD

Core Faculty, Director of Field Studies Program
Department of Environmental Studies

Research and Projects

My current and recent projects have been conducted in collaboration with researchers and students from Antioch University New England, the University of Alaska-Fairbanks, the University of Washington, Idaho State University, the University of Pittsburg, the National Park Service, and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and has focused geographically in or near Bering Land Bridge National Preserve and Cape Krusenstern National Monument in northwest Alaska, and Aniakchak National Monument, Izembek National Wildlife Refugeand the Sanak Island archipelago in the Alaska Peninsula / eastern Aleutian Islands region of southwest Alaska.

Support for recent projects has been provided by NPS and the Collaborative Ecosystem Studies Unit (Human-Environment Dynamics at Cape Krusenstern, Alaska; Post-Volcanic Landscape Change in the Chignik and Meshik Rivers Region, Alaska), the National Park Foundation (Long-term Monitoring and Impacts of Coastal Erosion, Bering Land Bridge National Preserve); and the National Science Foundation (The Biocomplexity of Sanak Island).