Meade Krosby

About Meade Krosby

Meade Krosby is a research scientist with the Climate Impacts Group at the University of Washington, where she works with land and wildlife managers and policy makers to incorporate climate change into conservation planning. Connectivity analysis and planning under climate change is a central focus of her work; she is the climate lead for the Washington Wildlife Habitat Connectivity Working Group, and is currently spearheading an effort to integrate climate change and connectivity into the decision-making of land and wildlife managers in the Washington-British Columbia transboundary region.