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University of Arizona School of Geography and Development
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My interests in geography are broadly human-environment interactions and issues of environment and development in Latin America. My thesis dealt with issues of migration and the feminization of agriculture in southeast Mexico. I also worked on a project that explored the human dimensions of water quality and adoption of best management practices among dairy farmers in northern Utah. At the U of A, I will be shifting my focus to issues of water quantity and looking at how urbanization and climate change affect water use and water management in northern Mexico.
Moving Forward: Adaptation and Resilience to Climate Change, Drought, and Water Demand in the Urbanizing Southwestern United States and Northern Mexico. With Robert Varady, Margaret Wilder, and Christopher Scott. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
Education: M.S., 2008, Environmental Sociology, Utah State University B.S., 2002, Environmental Studies, Utah State University