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Ph.D., Michigan State University, 2013-present
Fisheries and Wildlife
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
Jill Deines works on the interactive effects of human land use, climate, and socioeconomic drivers on regional hydrology and water sustainability.
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.
|Urban water sustainability: framework and application||Ecology and Society||2016|
|Telecoupling in urban water systems: an examination of Beijing’s imported water supply||Water International||2015|
|Traits associated with drought survival in three Australian tropical rainforest seedlings||Australian Journal of Botany||2011|
|An assessment of invasion risk from assisted migration||Conservation Biology||2008|