Dr Rosalind Bark
Centre for Climate Change Economics & Policy, University of Leeds
Dr Rosalind Bark is currently a Visiting Researcher at the Centre for Climate Change Economics & Policy, University of Leeds. In July she starts a Marie Curie Individual Fellowship at the University of Leeds where she will be researching factors that influence investment in, and the uptake of, natural capital-based flood adaptation measures in four English catchments.
Rosalind is a graduate of The Queen's College, University of Oxford, University College, London and the University of Arizona. She was a postdoc at the University of Arizona researching catchment-scale water resources reform in times of change in the Colorado River Basin and was a Senior Research Scientist in CSIRO's Land and Water Flagship, 2010-2014. Her research at CSIRO focused on water management reform in the Murray-Darling Basin and operationalising the ecosystem services framework in water management and planning.
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