Jutha Supholdhavanij is a Royal Thai government scholar investigating the intersection of environmental conflict resolution, ecotourism, and community-based ecosystem management.
Alohi Nakachi is from Hawai’i island, and is working with NOAA-PIFSC’s Human Dimensions program to explore how and whether to map “social values” people hold for the environment.
Lansing Perng is focusing on modeling social-ecological systems to support NOAA coral reef management efforts.
Master’s of Science
David Lewis is modeling the impact of wildland management in California’s High Sierra in a multi-institution collaboration funded by USDA’s Food-Energy-Water program.
Anita Tsang is investigating whether octocorals can serve as indicators of land-based pollution. She is jointly advised by Kuʻulei Rodgers.
Rachael Cleveland is applying decision science with a community to understand multiple outcomes of fire management.
Master’s of Environmental Management
Melissa Kunz is a Hauʻoli Mau Loa fellow studying knowledge exchange and adaptation to drought.
Whitney Goodell – a fisheries ecologist – has been helping lab projects for a few years, offering research and GIS expertise.
Emelia von Saltza – an Environmental Economist – is the research assistant for natural capital accounting and genuine progress indicator projects.
Shinya Saito – a math major – is an undergrad research assistant working on the water natural capital accounts.
Anne-Charlotte Olivier – an agronomist – was a MS intern with the lab, and continues to work on the water accounts.