- Social – Environmental Sustainability
Chris Maser: A research scientist in natural history and ecology in forest, shrub steppe, subarctic, desert, coastal, and agricultural settings.
A vertebrate zoologist, a research mammalogist in Nubia, Egypt, with the Yale University Peabody Museum Prehistoric Expedition and a research mammalogist in Nepal, where he participated in a study of tick-borne diseases for the U.S. Naval Medical Research based in Cairo, Egypt. He conducted a three-year ecological survey of the Oregon Coast for the University of Puget Sound, Tacoma, Washington. A research ecologist with the U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management — old-growth forests in western Oregon—and a landscape ecologist with the Environmental Protection Agency.
Facilitator in resolving environmental conflicts, vision statements, and sustainable community development. He is also an international consultant in forest ecology and sustainable forestry practices.
Books by Chris Maser
- Sustainable Forestry: Philosophy, Science and Economics – St. Lucie Press 1994
- Global Imperative: Harmonizing Culture and Nature – Stillpoint Publishing 1992
- Forest Primeval: The Natural History of an Ancient Forest – Sierra Club Books 1989
- The Redesigned Forest – Miles Publishers 1988