Andrea (Ann) Armstrong
Armstrong is an environment and community PhD student working with Dr. Douglas
Jackson-Smith. Her doctoral research focuses on decision-making and adaptive
processes of water management organizations of the Intermountain West. Andrea
also studies water quality conservation in areas experiencing rapid social and
environmental change. Her research is currently funded by the iUTAH EPSCoR
Research Fellowship program.
received a MS in Natural Resources from Cornell University in 2010. Her
Master's thesis examined riparian buffer implementation on private properties
in an urbanizing watershed. A native of Upstate New York, Andrea also received
her BS cum laude from Cornell's Department of Natural Resources in 2006 with a
concentration in applied ecology.
A., R.C. Stedman, J.A. Bishop, P.J. Sullivan. Forthcoming. "What’s a stream
without water? Double disproportionality in headwater regions impacting water
quality.” Environmental Management.
A. and R.C. Stedman. 2012. "Riparian
Landowner Efficacy in an Urbanizing Watershed.” Society & Natural Resources. 25(110).
A. and R.C. Stedman. 2012. "Landowner willingness to implement riparian
buffers in a transitioning watershed.” Landscape
and Urban Planning. 105: 211 – 220. DOI: 10.1016/j.landurbplan.2011.12.011.
A., E.J. Ling, R.C. Stedman, and P. Kleinman. 2011. "Adoption
of the Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program in the NYC watershed: The role
of farmer attitudes.” Journal of Soil and
Water Conservation. 66(5): 337 – 344. DOI: 10.2489/jswc.66.5.337.