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Dainee Gibson

Dainee Gibson

Advisor: Antonio Castro
Degree: MS Biology



2016, B.S. Sustainability Science, Biology, Furman University, Greenville, SC

Current Research

Dainee's research consists of evaluating conservation goals and opportunities through the social-ecological systems framework on a landscape scale. At ISU, she is investigating land trust conservation goals through a supply-demand analysis of the biophysical supply and socio-cultural demand of ecosystem services in the Portneuf Valley.

Teaching Experience

BIOL1100L Concepts Biology Human Concerns Lab

Selected Publications

Gibson, D. and Quinn, J. 2017. Application of Anthromes to Frame Scenario Planning for Landscape-Scale Conservation Decision Making. Land 6(2):33.


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