Roosevelt Elk in the Klamath Mountains: Integrating Track and Sign, Spatial Ecology, and Visual Communication (MS ’18)
Adam is interested in how climate change and biodiversity loss can be mitigated through agriculture, forestry, and conservation strategy. Prior to joining ERG, Adam worked with an early stage agriculture technology company called TerViva where he conducted research and business development to expand the adoption of novel, sustainable crops on marginal land. This work exposed him to field biology and business in a diverse array of countries including Australia, Paraguay, Costa Rica, and India. Adam’s academic interests span ecology, conservation biology, and agriculture. He seeks to help accelerate the implementation of sound environmental policy while exploring the appropriate roles of market based solutions and private industry to drive positive change.