Project Coordinator, Department of Forest Resource Management
Faculty of Forestry, University of British Columbia
2644-2424 Main Mall
Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z4
Phone: 778-887- 9618
Brianne completed an Honours Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Science from the University of British Columbia in 2015. Her undergraduate research focused on the effects of conservation programs on the development of rural communities and she has since worked on the use of modeling tools to develop adaptive strategies for forest conservation under climate change. Her research interests lie at the intersection of climate change, policy and sustainable development, with her current research including an analysis of the strengths and limitations of carbon market development, as well as the supply and demand of bioenergy in the developing world.
Mang SL, Riehl B, Huang J, Xu L, Wang G. [In review]. Impacts of Climate Change and Forest Adaptation in the Asia-Pacific Region: From Regional Experts’ Perspectives.
Wang G, Wang T, Innes JL, Mang SL, Riehl B, Seely B, Kang H, Li Q, Guo F, Nitschke C (2016). Adaptation of Asia-Pacific Forests to Climate Change. Journal of Forestry Research, DOI: 10.1007/s11676-016- 0218-1
Wang G, Mang S, Krzyzanowski J, Guo F, Wang T, Riehl B, Kang H, Li Q, Innes J (2015). Climate Change and Forest Adaptation in the Asia-Pacific. Journal of Geographical Research, 63: 73-109.
Riehl B, Zerriffi H, Naidoo R (2015). Effects of Community-Based Natural Resource Management on Household Welfare in Namibia. PLoS ONE 10(5): e0125531. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0125531