Jill Deines

Jill Deines

Stanford Center for Food Security and the Environment post-doctoral researcher


Ph.D., Michigan State University, 2013-2018
Fisheries and Wildlife
Environmental Geosciences 

M.S., Biological Sciences, University of Notre Dame, 2009
Thesis: Conservation management under climate change: on tropical drought resistance, non-native species response to increasing disturbance, and assisted migration

B.S., Honors, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Saint Louis University, May 2006
Minor: Anthropology


Jill Deines worked on the interactive effects of human land use, climate, and socioeconomic drivers on regional hydrology and water sustainability.

Research Interests:

Globally, water resources are stressed by increasing human use and changing environments. My research aims to contribute towards sustainable water management by examining water resources using an integrated modeling framework.