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Dina Rasquinha

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Office:
Geography-Geology Building, Room 149N
Image Processing Lab, Room 313
Office Hours:
Wednesday, 15:00-16:00 hrs.
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Research Interests:

Dina Rasquinha is a PhD candidate in the Department of Geography & Integrative Conservation Program at the University of Georgia. Her doctoral work focuses on blue carbon discourses related to mangrove ecosystems in the Indian subcontinent. She is interested in how social and philosophical constructions of space, culture and gender intersect with spatial ecology and policy. To read more about her work, visit
drasquinha.weebly.com or her lnstagram page @_mudboots_ or follow her on Twitter @drasquinha

Education:

PhD candidate Geography & Integrative Conservation (Ongoing) | University of Georgia, Athens, GA.

M.Sc. Natural Resources Management | TERI school of advanced studies, New Delhi, India.

B.Sc. Life sciences | St. Xavier's college, Mumbai, India.

 

 

Dissertation/Thesis Title:
HEWERS OF WOOD, DRUDGES OF WAVES: INTEGRATING DISTURBANCE IMPACTS, SOCIO-CULTURAL VALUES, AND GENDER TOWARDS MANGROVE BLUE CARBON CONSERVATION
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Major Professor

Deepak R Mishra

Merle C. Prunty, Jr. Professor and Associate Head

Committee Members

Marguerite Madden

Professor/Director of the Center for Geospatial Research

Lan Mu

Professor

External Committee

Julie Velásquez Runk
Nibedita Mukherjee

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