Leah Samberg works at the intersection of ecology and social science to improve conservation in human landscapes. She has worked in southern Ethiopia to determine the effects of farmer management on agricultural biodiversity, and with the Nature Conservancy to assess the benefits of conservation initiatives for rural communities. She currently works on an NSF Coupled Natural-Human Systems project linking pastoral livelihoods to grassland sustainability on the Tibetan Plateau. Leah received her PhD from the Department of Environmental Studies at the University of California, Santa Cruz, and her BA in Biology from Dartmouth College. She lives and works in Missoula, Montana, USA.
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