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Assistant Professor, Travis Paveglio, Conservation Social Sciences, University of Idaho

Travis Paveglio

Office: CNR 19
Email: tpaveglio@uidaho.edu
Mailing Address: Department of Conservation Social Sciences, University of Idaho
875 Perimeter Drive, MS 1139
Moscow, Idaho 83844-1139

College of Natural Resources
Department of Conservation Social Sciences
Assistant Professor

Campus Locations: Moscow
With UI Since 2014

  • Research/Focus Areas
    • wildfire
    • conflict and collaboration surrounding natural resource management
    • environmental hazards and climate change
    • environmental communication and communication of emerging scientific information
    • natural resource policy
  • Selected Publications
    • Paveglio, T.B., T. Prato, D. Dalenberg and T. Venn. Accepted. Understanding evacuation preferences and wildfire mitigations among Northwest Montana residents. The International Journal of Wildland Fire. 
    •  Boyd, A.D., and T.B. Paveglio. Accepted. Front page or 'buried' beneath the fold? Media coverage of Carbon Capture and Storage. Public Understanding of Science. Read the abstract >>  
    • Fischer, A.P., T.B. Paveglio, M.S. Carroll, H. Brenkert-Smith and D.J. Murphy. 2013. Assessing social vulnerability to climate change in rural communities near public lands: Elements of a framework for managers. The Journal of Forestry, 111(5): 357-365. 
    • Paveglio, T.B., T. Prato and M. Hardy. 2013. Simulating effects of land use policies on extent of the wildland-urban interface and wildfire risk in Flathead County, Montana. The Journal of Environmental Management, 130(3), 20-31.
    • Paveglio, T.B., M.S. Carroll, P.J Jakes and T. Prato. 2012. Exploring the social characteristics of adaptive capacity to wildfire: Insights from Flathead County, Montana. Human Ecology Review, 19(2), 110-124.

    *For a complete list of publications, projects and awards, see full CV.

  • Research Projects
    • Co-PI on USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture grant titled: “Understanding the roles of socioeconomic vulnerability, adaptive capacity and mitigation in determining economic impacts of wildfire.” 
    • Co-PI on a National Science Foundation Grant titled: “Assessing and adaptively managing wildfire risk in the wildland-urban interface for future climate and land use changes” 
    • Senior personnel/cooperator on a USDA Forest Service and Western Wildland Environmental Threat Assessment Center grant titled: “Understanding the vulnerability of human communities and populations in the Northwest to climate related changes in forests and grasslands”
    • Senior personnel on a National Aeronautics and Space Administration grant titled: “Biogeoscientific and societal characteristics of extreme fire events.”

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