Lindsey Christensen-Nesbitt, Ph.D.
Dr Nesbitt is a Research Associate in the Department of Geology and Geophysics. She has served as the PMST Environmental Science Track Director since 2014. Her work focuses on mountain hydrology and how it is affected by climate and ecological change, where she uses hydrological models to conduct spatial/ temporal simulations of mountain ecosystems. Dr. Nesbitt is also a member of the Global Change and Sustainability Center (UofU). Through the U of U Biology Department, Dr. Nesbitt has taught Global Change Ecology, Global Environmental Issues, and Introduction to Environmental Science. Prior to coming to the University of Utah, Dr. Nesbitt was a Research Scientist at the Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory, Colorado State University, and a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Center for Environmental Science and Policy at Stanford University. Dr. Nesbitt received her Ph.D. in Ecology at Colorado State University.