Mattison Brady

Climate Adaptation Specialist

MICHIGAN TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY

Mattison is a climate adaptation specialist with the Northern Institute of Applied Climate Science. He focuses on scientific collaboration to share the results of recent studies of vulnerable keystone forest species throughout the Midwest and Northeast. His research deals with forest health and silviculture in temperate forests, focusing on sugar maple decline phenomena. He holds an M.F. and M.S. in Forestry from Michigan Technological University.

Danielle Shannon

Climate Adaptation Specialist

MICHIGAN TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY

Danielle is the coordinator of the USDA Northern Forests Climate Hub, and helps land managers cope with and adapt to the challenges of climate change. She likes to focus on using adaptation resources to aid management decisions in forested watersheds, and wetlands. Outside of work, Danielle is most often found running after her two kids who are daredevil bike riders.