Scott A. JONES

PhD Candidate, ALRS

Dissertation project: "ES changes and trade-offs"

Curriculum Vitae


2011,  MS, Human Dimensions of Natural Resources, Colorado State University

2010,  MEd, Secondary Education, Arizona State University

2008,  BA, International Studies, California Lutheran University

2008,  BA, Political Science, California Lutheran University

2008,  BS, Environmental Science, California Lutheran University

Research Interests  

Landscape ecology, socioecological systems, ecosystem services, land use/land cover change, human dimensions of natural resources, GIS and remote sensing

Professional Experience 

2013-Present, Graduate Teaching Assistant, Laboratory of Tree Ring Research, University of Arizona.
2012-2013, Graduate Research Assistant, Arid Lands Resource Sciences, University of Arizona.
2008-2010, Secondary Science Teacher, Agua Fria High School, Avondale, Arizona.

Selected Publications 

Calo A, Brause S, and Jones SA. 2012. Integrated Treatment with a Prescribed Burn and Postemergent Herbicide Demonstrates Initial Success in Managing Cheatgrass in a Northern Colorado Natural Area. Natural Areas Journal 32(3): 300-304.

Research Grants 

Co-Principal Investigator: Western SARE 2018 Graduate Student Award

Selected Honors 

Environmental Professionals of Arizona (EPAZ) Scholarship (2016)

Harry Wayne Springfield Endowment Scholarship (2015)