Natural resources management in Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, and North America
Areas of Interest
Karlyn Eckman is an educator and researcher with over thirty years of experience in natural resources management in Africa, Asia, the Caribbean and North America. Trained in the biophysical and social sciences, my focus is on researching complex environmental problems with interdisciplinary approaches and methods to find practical solutions. I have designed and managed programs for various international agencies (Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Mekong River Commission Secretariat, International Cocoa Foundation, United Nations High Commission for Refugees, United Nations Development Program, World Food Program, International Labor Organization and others). Areas of expertise include international forestry; agroforestry; international food security and poverty reduction programs; human dimensions of natural resources management; program evaluation; teaching and training; and curriculum development.
ESPM 4094 002 Directed Research ESPM 3102 001 Managing International Natural Resources Programs and Projects: Forests, Water and Land Use [Fall 2014] ESPM 5102 001 Managing International Natural Resources Programs and Projects: Forests, Water and Land Use [Fall 2014] FNRM 8103 001 Research Problems: Forest Hydrology
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