MS, 2016, School of Sustainability
School of Sustainability
Arizona State University
PO Box 875502
Tempe, AZ 85287-5502
- MS, 2016, School of Sustainability
Heather Turrentine is originally from southern California. Heather has been working as a research assistant at the Sustainability Consortium since Fall 2014. Her personal research is focused around biodiversity conservation and attempting to understand how humans interact with their environment and what implications that has for the conservation and protection of valuable natural resources.
Research Assistant Experience
Research Assistant at the Sustainability Consortium working with Christopher Helt, Carole Mars, and Matt Schultz. Heather has been working on task force within the Consortium to align industry efforts to manage and regulate priority chemicals. Additionally, she provides supporting research to the Consortium's day-to-day needs.
Common Chemical Criteria Task Force, Sustainability Consortium
- Spoken Languages:
- American Sign Language
- MS, Sustainability, Arizona State University, 2016
- BS (summa cum laude), Environmental Science & Policy, California State University-Long Beach, 2012
Chau, R., E. Flores, S. Hui, Z. Stein and H. Turrentine. 2015. Balancing the consequences of reclamation through conservation. Poster presented at the Joint effort between Arizona State University and City University of Hong Kong, Summer 2015,
Chau, R., E. Flores, S. Hui, Z. Stein and H. Turrentine. 2015. Reclamation rates exceed conservation rates, threatening Hong Kong's marine biodiversity. Poster presented at the Joint effort between Arizona State University and City University of Hong Kong, Summer 2015,