Brian Voigt Fellow
PhD, Natural Resources, University of Vermont
Master of City & Regional Planning, Clemson University
BA, Mathematics and Sociology, Miami University
Brian Voigt's research interests include developing and applying computer based systems for modeling land use change and the interaction between humans and their environment. His interests also include: ecosystem services and natural hazards, addressing existing and emerging environmental issues through participatory modeling and spatial analysis, and creating knowledge to facilitate improved environmental management. Brian's current research topics include modeling freshwater ecosystem services and the spread of infectious disease in Tanzania and modeling environmental tradeoffs resulting from alternative development patterns in Chittenden County, VT, USA.
At UVM:Brian Voigt is a Research Assistant Professor at the Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources.
Brian uses ARIES to model, identify, and assess benefits that nature provides to people, analyze trade-offs among stakeholders, and develop information that can be applied to planning, management, and ecosystem restoration decisions, reducing exposure to natural hazards, such as flooding, and addressing resource use and equity of distribution.
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