My research work focuses on adaptive management, life cycle analysis, and reuse of resources, as well as how they affect physical, geographical, and spatial conditions of landscapes. I capture the essence of such conditions through mapping, drawing, diagramming, and photography. My projects consist of life cycle analysis and research synthesis of materials in the landscape (such as asphalt, street trees, granite, etc.) and of infrastructural landscape systems, such as geothermal energy in Iceland. I have also been involved in biocultural research in indigenous landscape systems, specifically how adaptive management is used to regulate and manage resources in an efficient manner in order to create a symbiosis between the cultural, spiritual, and biophysical realms.
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