Thursday, May 26, 2016

Risk Management

Risk Management with respect to the environment denotes the result of the interaction of physically defined hazards with the properties of the exposed systems - i.e., their sensitivity or social vulnerability. Risk can also be considered as the combination of an event, its likelihood and its consequences - i.e., risk equals the probability of climate hazard multiplied by a given system's vulnerability.


Name College/Department Research Interests
Gregory Baecher Engineering Water resources policy, risk analysis
Giovanni Baiocchi BSOS/Geographical Sciences Drivers, trends, and mitigation of climate change
Bill Fagan CMNS/Biology Conservation, extinction risk
Stephen Halperin CMNS/ESSIC Actionable information about climate and environmental change to policy makers in government and the private sector

Kenneth Harrison
CMNS/ESSIC Uncertainty modeling, decision-making under uncertainty, and software development, with application to the management of environmental and water resources
Robert Lee Hill AGNR/Environmental Science and Technology Nutrient management, environmental risks, land management
Richard Just AGNR/Resource Economics Risk and Production; Quantitative Policy Analysis

Elizabeth Malone

JGCRI Policy-relevant social science research in global change issues; developing structured methods for analyzing country, sector, and local vulnerabilities to climate change
Elise Miller-Hooks Engineering GHG reduction, disaster preparedness

Richard Moss


Development and use of scenarios, characterization and communication of uncertainty, and adaptation and vulnerability to climate change
Joan JianJian Ren CMNS/Mathematics Risk Management
Eric Slud CMNS/Mathematics Risk Management
Yun Zhou CISSM, Public Policy Nuclear material safety under dry storage, human health risk assessment, ecosystem dynamics, biodiversity, energy policy, nuclear non-proliferation, climate change