Profiles in "Natural Resource Management" Expertise Area

  • Nyaupane's research themes include sustainable tourism, ecotourism, protected area management, public lands, natural resource management, community development, resilience, collaborative and strategic planning, and Indigenous Peoples globally.
  • Eder's interests center on sociocultural anthropology in Palawan, Philippines and natural resource management.
  • Kathleen Andereck's research focuses on the tourism experience from the perspective of both visitors and residents particularly as it applies to sustainable tourism.
  • Murphree's current research efforts focus on the ecological, social and economic aspects of the management of free-roaming horses on public lands in the American West.
  • Lily Hsueh is an Associate Professor of Public Policy and Economics at Arizona State University. She is Visiting Scholar at the Woods Institute for the Environment, Stanford University.
  • David Manuel-Navarrete works on the subjective dynamics of social-ecological and technological systems, including the transformation of cities and water infrastructure in the Anthropocene.
  • Scott's research interests center on understanding when sustainable outcomes and happiness coincide. We are interested in win-win scenarios along with tradeoffs to support a sustainable and happy future for land, human, and more-than human communities.