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kmtimm [at] alaska [dot] edu
UAF Alaska Climate Adaptation Science Center

Kristin Timm was the Science Communications Lead with the Alaska Climate Adaptation Science Center through August 2016. Broadly, her interests are in the human dimensions of climate change, and she is particularly interested in how communication builds human capacity to address and adapt to challenging environmental problems. She is currently a PhD student at George Mason University.

Areas of Expertise: 
science writing
graphic design


O'Neel, S., E. Hood, A. L. Bidlack, S. W. Fleming, M. L. Arimitsu, A. Arendt, E. Burgess, C. J. Sergeant, A. H. Beaudreau, K. Timm, G. D. Hayward, J. H. Reynolds and S. Pyare 2015. Icefield-to-Ocean Linkages across the Northern Pacific Coastal Temperate Rainforest Ecosystem. Bioscience.
O’Neel, S., E. Hood, A. Bidlack, S. Fleming, M. Arimitsu, A. Arendt, E. Burgess, C. Sergeant, A. Beaudreau, K. Timm, G. Hayward, J. Reynolds, and S. Pyare 2015. Icefield-to-ocean linkages across the northern Pacific coastal temperate rainforest ecosystem. Biogeosciences. doi:10.1093/biosci/biv027.
Gray, S.T., A. Bennett, W.R. Bolton, A.L. Breen, T. Carman, E. Euskirchen, H. Genet, E. Jafarov, J. Jenkins, T. Kurkowski, M. Lindgren, P. Martin, S. McAfee, A.D. McGuire, S. Marchenko, R. Muskett, S. Panda, J. Reynolds, A. Robertson, V. Romanovsky, T.S. Rupp, K. Timm, and Y. Zhang. 2014In Press. Using integrated ecosystem modeling to improve our understanding of climate change impacts in the Alaska region . Alaska Park Science. 12(2).