Not currently a member of any working groups.
Details about Marcy Rockman and linked projects and collaborations.
Marcy's long-term research focus is the landscape learning process, which is how human populations gather, share, remember, and transmit environmental information. She's worked on and applied this model in gold-rush mining towns in the American West, the British Late Upper Palaeolithic, and the homeland security and climate change policy world of Washington, DC. She has technical expertise in ICP-MS analysis of flint and assessment of colonization patterns, and next will be working on aspects of social environmental memory. Marcy currently works with the U.S. National Park Service, as their Climate Change Adaptation Coordinator for Cultural Resources. In this role, she addresses impacts of climate change on cultural resources across the nation and translation of cultural heritage information into forms useful for federal and partnerships-level planning regarding climate change adaptation and resilience.
Marcy Rockman's resumé/CV is available here.
U.S. National Park Service
1201 Eye St. NW
United States of America
Marcy Rockman is currently not leading any GHEA projects.
Marcy Rockman is currently not collaborating on any GHEA projects
Marcy Rockman is currently not leading any GHEA products.