|Present||Professor, Utah State University ‐ Environment and Society|
|Present||Program Director, NEPA Graduate Certificate Program, Utah State University ‐ National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) Certificate Program|
Honors and Awards
- 2016 AWRA Boggess Award, Best Paper of 2015 in the Journal of the American Water Resources Association. [See: https://works.bepress.com/joanna_endterwada/84/]
- Western Extension Directors Association Award of Excellence for faculty team of the Center for Water Efficient Landscaping, 2014
- ESRI Award for Best Scientific Paper in Geographic Information Systems, 2012. [See: https://works.bepress.com/joanna_endterwada/48/]
- Editors’ Picks, Environment Magazine, May/June 2009. [See: https://works.bepress.com/joanna_endterwada/25/]
- Society of American Foresters Certificate of Appreciation, 1997
- Utah Forest Stewardship Achievement Award, 1996
- ENVS 6320/7320 - Water Law and Policy in the United States
- ENVS 6700/7700 - Research Approaches in HDESM
|1987||PhD, University of California, Irvine ‐ Program in Comparative Culture, School of Social Sciences|
Department of Environment and Society
Quinney College of Natural Resources
Utah State University
Logan, Utah 84322-5215
USU Logan Campus, BNR 270A
Quantifying Urban Landscape Water Conservation Potential Using High Resolution Remote ...
Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing (2011)
Research goals were to analyze patterns of urban landscape water use, assess landscape water conservation potential, and identify locations with ...
Implementing Landscape Water Conservation in Public School Institutional Settings: A ...
Journal of the American Water Resources Association (2010)
Urban water conservation programs and research generally focus on residential and commercial use while paying less attention to institutional settings. ...
Climate Change as Environmental Mega-Crisis: Domesticated Problems, Patchwork Solutions, Inadequate ...
Magazine National Safety & Security and Crisis Management (2009)
Climate change threatens a cascade of mini-crises across a wide range of ecological and human sites and situations. Scientists predict ...