Sayles Uncharted Waters

Sayles uncharted waters:

/sāls-uhn-chahr-tid-wot-erz/
noun
a living portfolio of scholarship about coastal and watershed sustainability
verb
to explore both the world and one’s self in search of understanding

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“Hi, I’m Jesse (on the right). I am a human-environment scholar doing research about environmental governance in coastal and watershed systems.

Societies around the world derive myriad benefits from rivers and coasts and in doing so, often place these environments under substantial pressure. To address this concern and improve human wellbeing, I do research at the nexus of human dimensions of global change, restoration and landscape ecologies, environmental governance, resilience, and sustainability science.” Read more about me.

Photo: Karina Benessaiah and Jesse Sayles, Olympic Peninsula, WA, USA