Steering Committee

The CPN is managed by a Steering Committee assisted by an Advisory Group. Initial members were recruited from the proposal development team (see below). A minimum of two steering committee members will be replaced annually via community-wide election.

Nicole Cannarozzi
Environmental Archaeology
Florida Museum of Natural History
University of Florida
CPN Steering Committee
Sahale Casebolt
Florida Museum of Natural History
University of Florida
CPN Program Coordinator
Carlos Cintra Buenrostro
Earth Environmental and Marine Sciences
University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
CPN Steering Committee
Erin Dillon
Dept. Ecology, Evolution, Marine Biology
UC Santa Barbara
CPN Student Representative
Michal Kowalewski
Invertebrate Paleontology
Florida Museum of Natural History
University of Florida
CPN Principal Investigator
Torben Rick
Department of Anthropology
National Museum of Natural History
Smithsonian Institution
CPN Steering Committee
Hilary Swain
Executive Director
Archbold Biological Station
CPN Steering Committee
Rebecca Terry
Department of Integrative Biology
Oregon State University
CPN Steering Committee
Dale Turner
Conservation Scientist
The Nature Conservancy
CPN Steering Committee

Advisory group

The advisory group includes people who are assisting the CPN steering committee in meeting the network’s objectives.
Mark Brenner
Department of Geological Sciences
University of Florida
Gregory Dietl
Paleontological Research Institute
Dept. of Earth Atmospheric Sciences
Cornell University
Karl Flessa
Department of Geosciences
University of Arizona

Stephen Jackson
Climate Adaptation Science Center
U.S. Geologic Survey

Susan Kidwell
Department of Geophysical Sciences
University of Chicago
Anita Marshall
Department of Geology
University of Florida
Josh Miller
Department of Geology University of Cincinnati
Aaron O’Dea
Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute
and University of Bologna
Erin E. Saupe
Department of Earth Sciences
University of Oxford

Proposal Planning team

The NSF proposal which funds this RCN was developed by a large team of researchers and practitioners. The team members listed below are either senior personnel or collaborators who participated in the development of the NSF proposal that funds this initiative.

Mark Brenner, University of Florida
Nicole Cannarozzi,University of Florida
Carlos Cintra-Buenrostro, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
James Estes, FWC
Karl Flessa, University of Arizona
Tom Frazer, University of Florida
Molly Grace, University of Oxford
Steve Jackson, U.S. Geologic Survey
Charles Jacoby, St. Johns Water Management District
Susan Kidwell, University of Chicago
Daniel Killam, University of Haifa
Michal Kowalewski, University of Florida
Madonna Moss, University of Oregon
Lisa Park-Boush, University of Connecticut
Thomas Pluckhahn, University of South Florida
Torben Rick, Smithsonian Institution
Hilary Swain, Archbold Biological Station
Rebecca Terry, Oregon State University
Dale Turner, The Nature Conservancy
Neil Wallis, University of Florida
John W. Williams, University of Wisconsin
Yurena Yanes, University of Cincinnati
Martin Zuschin, University of Vienna