Through my work at the Center for Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation, I focus on applying scientific modeling, observations, and tools to guide climate change adaptation policies and investments, especially in coastal landscapes. I am interested in methods for tracking climate change trends at a local scale, developing and testing experimental adaptation strategies, and the intersection of these new science frontiers with advancements in policy and financing approaches.
As a California Sea Grant Extension Specialist, I also specialize in developing science translation products and identifying research needs voiced by coastal managers, state and local decision-makers, and stakeholders. Much of this work is multi-disciplinary and involves multi-sector partnerships to meet important knowledge gaps and broaden shared understanding of climate science.
- Technical advisory council member, California Governor’s Integrated Climate
- Adaptation and Resilient Program
- Co-chair, San Diego Sea-level Rise Working Group
- Advisory board member, Climate Science Alliance