Kimberley [Weersing] Thomas is an assistant professor of geography at Penn State University. She applies her training as a human-environment geographer and biological oceanographer toward research and teaching about the socio-political drivers of environmental change at multiple scales. In addition to teaching courses on resource governance and environmental politics, she conducts research on transboundary water governance and climate change adaptation in South and Southeast Asia. Her work on water politics and international development in the Ganges and Mekong Deltas examines resource conflicts, human vulnerability to environmental hazards, land-use change, and power dynamics between state and non-state actors. Feel free to browse this site, or click here to view her CV.

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