2013 BS. Environmental Studies, Utah State University, Logan, Utah.
- Testing the effectiveness and accuracy of current CHaMP substrate sampling protocols.
- GIS analysis of the effect of ungulate occupancy on beaver dam building potential
- Using social marketing techniques to promote sustainable practices and development.
Jordan obtained a Bachelor's degree in Environmental Studies with an emphasis in Sustainability and Conservation and a minor in GIS. During his time at USU, he has worked under a division of the SageSTEP program for the USU ecology center, led a trail crew for the Utah Conservation Corps on the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest, and served as the Student Trip Coordinator and Climbing Coordinator for the USU Outdoor Recreation Program. A Cache Valley native, he hopes to one day use his education and experience to help preserve the wild and scenic places, both locally and globally.
- GCT: Pilot Study: Testing the Beaver Restoration Assessment Tool (BRAT)
- CHaMP: Substrate Grain Size Sampling Protocol Testing
- Mapping rangeland plant species using stereo-vertical ground based photography
Peer Reviewed Publications
- In Revision. Burningham, J. Brain, R. Practicing Environmental Etiquette While Exploring Utah's Deserts. Extension Sustainability. Utah State University, Logan, UT.
- Burningham, J., Brain, R. 2013. Home Gardening: Quick tips to Efficient Watering.Extension Sustainability, Utah State University, Logan, UT.