Gabrielle Roesch-McNally, Fellow

Gabrielle Roesch-McNally

As a Fellow, Dr. Gabrielle Roesch-McNally assists the Climate Hub with the goal of supporting land managers efforts to address climate change impacts and reduce vulnerability in their operations. Gabrielle will be communicating science, building on current research efforts and strengthening partnerships and capacity across the region. Gabrielle received her PhD at Iowa State University where she was a research assistant as part of a landmark $20 million USDA-NIFA Regional Approaches to Climate Change & Cropping Systems Coordinated Agricultural Project. As part of her duties with the Climate Hubs, she has brought her social science expertise to efforts to characterize farmer and agricultural advisor perspectives on climate change, their attitudes toward adaptive/mitigative strategies, and the types of decision support resources that key stakeholders will need to contend with increasingly variable weather patterns. Gabrielle also received here M.S. from the University of Washington School of Environmental and Forestry Science, with a focus on environmental economics and has five years of experience working with Washington State University Extension on agriculture and forestry activities.

USFS Pacific Northwest Research Station
Corvallis Forestry Sciences Laboratory
3200 SW Jefferson Way
Corvallis, OR 97331
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USFS Pacific Northwest Research Station
Focus Area
Sociology of decision making
Sustainable agriculture