David Martin

David Martin
PhD Candidate, Department of Biology, Colorado State Univeristy

Currently, Dave is conducting research as part of an integrative graduate education and research traineeship. Specifically, he is studying the interdisciplinary effects of human alterations to freshwater flow regimes in Colorado.  Although Dave is an Ecology major, his research doesn't involve field work in the wilderness. Rather, he engages in person-to-person collaborative projects. He has developed a flexible but effective decision support framework for river management to facilitate stakeholder decisions among multiple social and ecological objectives. This requires him to interact with interested parties and stakeholders and provide them with maps, spreadsheets, and presentations that serve as tools they can use to make better decisions.

Fellowship Details: 
Fellowship Year: 
2014-2015
Other Affiliations: 
Department of Biology
College of Natural Sciences