PhD Position on Cultural Adaptation to Climate Change

Announcing a newly funded PhD position to develop models of human cultural evolution under the influence of climate change and apply those models to a large data set on farming practices in rural communities in the northeast. Tasks include developing theoretical models of cultural adaptation to the effects of climate change, fitting and calibrating those models based on data assembled as part of this research project, and using the models to make predictions to help rural communities and policy makers understand and anticipate the needs of adapting to climate change.

The position is part of a newly funded $4 million collaborative research project with the on how both rural human communities and species populations will respond to challenges posed by climate change.

>> See the announcement: PhD on Cultural Adaptation to Climate Change

About Tim Waring

I study the role of cooperation and culture in environmental sustainability, at the University of Maine.
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