May 30–31, 2018 • Fairbanks, AK

Jill Brandenberger

Senior Scientist, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Jill M. Brandenberger is a coastal oceanographer with over 22 years of experience in research to identify signatures and indicators of human derived versus natural changes at the intersections of the terrestrial and marine systems.

Translating Science to Inform Management Actions, Ms. Brandenberger serves as Senior Research Scientist and Program lead for Environmental Security.

She leads a research team that utilizes coupled earth and infrastructure models to understand the vulnerability and decisions required to provide defense mission assurance and sustainable ecosystems.

This research program couples measurements with modeling platforms at regional to global scales to evaluate interdependencies between human and earth systems under current and future climate conditions.

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