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Meade Krosby

Senior scientist, Climate Impacts Group

Climate change (regional), COVID-19

Expertise: Climate change, wildlife movement, climate adaptation

Meade Krosby is a senior scientist with the UW Climate Impacts Group. She is also the university deputy director of the Northwest Climate Adaptation Science Center. Krosby works closely with land and wildlife managers to collaboratively understand and address climate impacts on species and ecosystems. Her current work includes vulnerability assessment and adaptation planning; large landscape conservation planning for climate resilience; and efforts to build climate adaptation capacity and communities of practice. She received a bachelor’s in biology from Cornell University and a doctorate in biology from the University of Washington.


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