Kimberley R. Miner Ph.D.

Kimberley R. Miner Ph.D.

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Evaluates risk and resilience for human and natural systems under climate change.

Kimberley R. Miner Ph.D.
Kimberley R. Miner Ph.D.

"The work we do today will protect the planet for the future."

Dr. Kimberley R. Miner is a Scientist at the NASA Jet Propulsion Lab in Pasadena, California, where she looks at Arctic change as part of a joint NASA-ESA initative. She is a graduate of Columbia's School of International and Public Affairs (MPA) and the University of Maine's Climate Change Institute (Ph.D.). At the University of Maine, she continues her work as a Research Assistant Professor focusing on global risks from climate change. Her work has taken her to both the Arctic and Antarctic, Switzerland, Italy, Canada and the Hague. Kimberley is a Black belt, certified Wilderness Firefighter and First Responder, and mom to a lively cattledog.

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