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Jon Breschak

  • Graduate Research Assistant
  • UW - Madison
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Research Interests

Exploring the link between social network structure water quality and landscape-scale management on forest and agriculture landscapes. Also studying landscape/regional planning.

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  • Ioannis Soilemetzidis

    Ioannis Soilemetzidis

  • Lu-Jun Li

    Lu-Jun Li Northeast Institute of Geography and Agroecology Chinese Academy of Sciences

  • Bethany Laursen

    Bethany Laursen

  • Raphael Rodrigues

    Raphael Rodrigues Federal Institute of Education, Science and Technology Southeast of Minas Gerais

  • Marc Smith

    Marc Smith Netbadges.com

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Following (9)

  • Bethany Laursen

    Bethany Laursen

  • Raphael Rodrigues

    Raphael Rodrigues Federal Institute of Education, Science and Technology Southeast of Minas Gerais

  • Marc Smith

    Marc Smith Netbadges.com

  • Andrew Bennie

    Andrew Bennie Mendeley

  • John Paul Fitzpatrick

    John Paul Fitzpatrick Centre for Excellence for Looked After Children in Scotland

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About

I graduated with a B.S. from the University of Wisconsin at Stevens Point in forestry. Prior to my research position with Dr. Mark Rickenbach I divided up my time spending winters in forestry and summers as a professional sailing instructor on Lake Michigan. Most of my early adult life was spent in the United States Air Force in various roles from hostage negotiation to an evaluator for the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, travelling throughout most of Western Europe in the early 1990’s. I went on to start a small wooden boat shop in Milwaukee and eventually work with disadvantaged children and the youth program at The Milwaukee Community Sailing Center. I have always been interested in environmental issues surrounding water and forests, but teaching children wooden boat building led to an enhanced interest in forestry, and subsequently how social behavior impacts environmental issues and their management. I think when all is said and done resilience will be the mantra of the future if we are to make any headway in environmental issues.

Publications

WDNR - Utilization & Marketing

Wisconsin Dept. of Natural Resources

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Sociology in government: The Galpin-Taylor years in the US. Department of Agriculture, 1919-1953.

Gilbert J

AGRICULTURAL HISTORY (2005)

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Rural Theory: The Grounding of Rural Sociology.

Gilbert J

By: Gilbert

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Education history

UW - Madison

Working towards MS in Planning/PhD in Forestry

September 2008 - Present