University of Vermont

Gund Institute for Ecological Economics

Lindsay Barbieri

Lindsay Barbieri PhD Student, RSENR

BA, Natural Science, Hampshire College


Advisor: Carol Adair

After conducting a great deal of landscape analysis on the planet Mars (researched remotely at Brown University) and more specifically mapping and analyzing gullies in order to decipher Late-Amazonian climate change on Mars, Lindsay Barbieri graduated from Hampshire College in 2010. She went on to work on many small farms across the United States and internationally, from suburban Massachusetts to the foothills of the Olympic Mountains in Washington to the outskirts of several eastern German cities, earning a certificate in Sustainable Agriculture from Washington State University's FIELD extension program. Coming to the University of Vermont, she is excited to be involved in both the Rubenstein School and the Gund Institute, where she plans to blend her interests in climate change and landscape analysis with her passion for agriculture and food security.

Research Interests: Agriculture, Climate Change Mitigation, Landscape Analysis, Spatial Modeling, Global Systems
Dissertation: In Progress


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