Assistant Professor, Faculty of Forestry, UBC
Jeanine is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Forest and Conservation Sciences at UBC. She is a landscape ecologist who specializes in landscape approaches to meeting the multiple goals of biodiversity conservation, ecosystem service provisioning, and sustainable local livelihoods in human-dominated systems. She and her students combine ecological fieldwork, household surveys, and historical documents with GIS and spatial analysis to understand trajectories and trade-offs through time and future opportunities. She collaborates extensively with social scientists, economists, and local communities, and has worked in many tropical regions, including the Peruvian Amazon, India, and Malawi, as well as across North America.
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