About Evelyn Pickering
Evelyn Pickering is currently seeking her PhD in Sociocultural Anthropology with a focus in Applied Anthropology at the University of Arizona.
Stoffle, Richard, Katherine Brooks, Evelyn Pickering, Christopher Sittler and Kathleen Van Vlack
2015. Climate Change Impacts on American Indian Traditional Use Plants and Culture at Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore. Prepared for Dusty Shultz, Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, Project Number PPMWMWROC4. Bureau of Applied Research in Anthropology. Tucson: University of Arizona.
2014. The Social Construction of Water in Dominica, and how it has Impacted Use and Exportation. MA Thesis. University of Arizona.
Van Vlack, K.A., R.W. Stoffle, E. Pickering, K. Brooks, J. Delfs.
2013 UnavNuquaint: Little Springs Lava Flow Ethnographic Investigation. Prepared for the National Park Service. Bureau of Applied Research in Anthropology, University of Arizona, Tucson AZ.
R. Stoffle, H. Johnson, K. Van Vlack, K. Brooks, J. Delfs, and E. Pickering.
N.D. Kaibab Paiute Aboriginal Water Use Study. Report Prepared for the Kaibab Band of Paiute Indians. Tucson: Bureau of Applied Research in Anthropology, University of Arizona.
-Ethnobotany and Traditional Ecological Knowledge at Buffalo National River, Arkansas (2015-Present)
-Ethnographic Overview and Assessment of Canyonlands National Park, Utah (2015-Present)
-Ethnographic Overview and Assessment of Arches National Park, Utah (2014-Present)
-Ethnographic Evaluations and Traditional Cultural Property Nomination, Effigy Mounds National Monument, Iowa (2013-2015)
-Climate Change Impacts on Odawa Contemporary Use Plants and Culture at Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, Michigan (2013-2015)
-Kaibab Paiute Aboriginal Water Resource Study, Kaibab, Arizona (2012-Present)
-Ethnographic Review for Solar BrightSource Hidden Hills Project (2012)
-Lake Powell Pipeline Cultural Site Mitigation, Southern Paiute Tribe (2012-2013)
-Unav-Nuquaint Little Springs Lava Flow Ethnographic Investigation, Arizona (2012)
Evelyn's MA research is focused on impacts and perceptions of climate change on water resources in Dominica in the Caribbean. She has also worked with Dr. Richard Stoffle through BARA on several projects with American Indian Tribes.