- Ph.D., Environmental Anthropology, University of Alaska Fairbanks, 2009
- M.S., Planning, University of Arizona, 2010
- Helping to develop a climate adaptation plan for and with the Tohono O'odham Nation
- Evaluating the co-production of climate science knowledge in the SW CSC
- Helping to develop a drought monitoring program for the Hopi Department of Natural Resources
- Writing an ethnography of the NOAA Regional Integrated Sciences and Assessments (RISA) program focused on RISA’s role in experimenting with methods to produce science for decision making.
- Tribal climate profiles
- Meadow, A.M., and D.B. Ferguson. 2017. Our climate is doing what? Tailoring information about regional climate to support local adaptation decision making. Rural Connections Spring. http://wrdc.usu.edu/files-ou/publications/rcspr2017d.pdf
- Wall, T., A. Meadow, and A. Horangic. 2017. Developing evaluation indicators to improve the process of co-producing usable climate science. Weather, Climate, and Society 9 (1).
- Chief, K., A. Meadow, K. White. 2016. Engaging Southwestern Tribes in sustainable water resources topics and management. Water, 8: 350. http://www.mdpi.com/2073-4441/8/8/350
- Meadow, A.M., Z. Guido, M.A. Crimmins, and J. Mcleod. 2016. From principles to action: Applying the National Research Council’s Principles for Effective Decision Support to the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s Watch Office. Climate Services 1:12-23.
- Brugger, J., A. Meadow, and A. Horangic. 2015. Lessons from first generation climate science integrators. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society.
- Meadow, A., D. Ferguson, Z. Guido, A. Horangic, G. Owen, and T. Wall, 2015. Moving toward the deliberate co-production of climate science knowledge. Weather, Climate, and Society 7(2):179–191. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1175/WCAS-D-14-00050.1
- Meadow, A., C. Meek, and S. McNeeley, 2009. Towards integrative planning for climate change impacts on rural-urban migration in interior Alaska: A role for anthropological and interdisciplinary perspectives. Alaska Journal of Anthropology, 7(1).
Employment and education highlights:
- Research Scientist, Center for Climate Adaptation Science and Solutions, 2014-2017
- Program Manager, Southwest Climate Science Center, 2012-2014
- Graduated from the University of Alaska Fairbanks IGERT program in Resilience and Adaptation
- Human Dimensions of Climate Change
- Interdisciplinary Problem-Solving
- Program Evaluation
- Stakeholder Engagement and Outreach
- Tribal Adaptation and Science Support