Dr. Nancy Huntly
Professor and Director of the Ecology Center at Utah State University
to – Science, Stories, and Sustainability: The National Climate Assessment and Opportunities in Utah
Nancy Huntly is a Professor of Biology and Director of the Ecology Center at Utah State University. She has a BA in Biology from Kalamazoo College and PhD in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology from University of Arizona. Her research has been on biodiversity, herbivory, and long-term human ecology, and she directs an interdisciplinary graduate specialization in Climate Adaptation Science. She is a Fellow of the Ecological Society of America, a principal investigator with the Southwest Climate Adaptation Science Center university consortium, and an author of Chapter 25, Southwest, of the Fourth National Climate Assessment.