Curriculum Vitae


Education
2015 PhD Environment and Resources – Stanford University
2008 MS Oceanography – University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa
Graduate Certificate in Ocean Policy – University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa
2003  BS Marine Biology – University of California, Los Angeles


Professional Appointments
2015 The Bill Lane Center for the American West, Stanford University – Postdoctoral Scholar
2016Earth Systems Program, Stanford University – Lecturer and Academic Advisor


Publications
Refereed Journal Articles
2016Reineman DR. “The utility of surfers’ Wave Knowledge for coastal management.” Marine Policy 67: 139-147. (view article)
2014  Kittinger JN, Koehn JZ, Le Cornu E, Ban NC, Gopnik M, Armsby M, Brooks C, Carr MH, Cinner JE, Cravens A, D'Iorio M, Erickson A, Finkbeiner EM, Foley MM, Fujita R, Gelcich S, St Martin K, Prahler E, Reineman DR, Shackeroff J, White C, Caldwell MR, and Crowder LB. “A practical approach for putting people in ecosystem-based ocean planning.” Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment Vol. 12: 448–456. (view article)
2013  Koehn JZ, Reineman DR, & Kittinger JN. “Progress and promise in spatial human dimensions research for ecosystem-based ocean planning.” Marine Policy Vol. 42: 31-38. (view article)
2011  Salerno JD, Reineman DR, Gates RD, & Rappé MS. “The effect of a sublethal temperature elevation on the structure of bacterial communities associated with the coral Porites compressa.” Journal of Marine Biology: Article ID 969173. 

Manuscripts in Submission
In Review  Reineman DR, Thomas LN, and Caldwell MR. “Using local knowledge to project sea level rise impacts on wave resources in California.” Ocean and Coastal Management.
In Review
Reineman DR & Ardoin NA. “Nearshore places: Place attachment and disruption in the coastal context.” For Society & Natural Resources.

Manuscripts in Preparation
In Prep  Reineman DR. “The human dimensions of wave resource management.” For Ocean and Coastal Management. 
Awards & Honors
2013  Centennial Teaching Assistant Award, Stanford University School of Earth Sciences 
2011  Certificate of Achievement in Mentoring, Stanford University School of Earth Sciences 


Grants & Fellowships
Stanford University
2013–2015 Goldman Graduate Fellowship, Woods Institute for the Environment 
2013–2015  Research Grants, Emmett Interdisciplinary Program in Environment and Resources 
2013  Graduate Public Service Fellowship, Haas Center for Public Service
2012  McGee-Levorsen Research Grant, School of Earth Sciences
2011  Shell Departmental Research Grant, School of Earth Sciences 
2010–2013  Teresa Elms and Robert D. Lindsay Fellowship in the Emmett Interdisciplinary Program in Environment and Resources 

University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa
2009  Dean John A. Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship, National Sea Grant College Program 
2007  Integrative Graduate Education Research Traineeship, National Science Foundation 
2006  Project AWARE Foundation Research Grant, Professional Association of Dive Instructors 
2005  Hawai‘i Sea Grant College Program Traineeship, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration 


Public Presentations
Invited Lectures
2016“Beach access in California: The struggle for balance in coastal management,” (California State University Channel Islands (Camarillo, CA) – March 3
2016“The value of coastal resources and how we value them,” Stanford University (Stanford, CA) – January 14
2015“The Public Trust Doctrine and sources of legal authority,” California State University Channel Islands (Camarillo, CA) – October 30
2015  “Sea level rise impacts on wave resources,” Global Wave Conference (Cornwall, UK) – October 12
2015  “Sea level rise and sustainable wave management in California,” The Center for Surf Research Sustainable Stoke Conference (San Diego State University, CA) – September 20 (Planned) 
2014  “An alternative approach to assessing sea-level rise impacts,” Monterey Institute of International Studies (Monterey, CA) – November 11 
2012  Master of Ceremonies and Opening Remarks at TEDx Monterey “SeaChange” Conference (Monterey, CA) – April 13 
2011  “Science, politics, and society,” Evergreen State College (Olympia, WA) – May 9 

Conference Sessions Organized
2015  “Transcending barriers to engagement: connecting with stakeholders and decision-makers in the California Current,” Association for Environmental Studies and Sciences Conference (La Jolla, CA) – June 26 

Conference Presentations
2015  “Projecting sea level rise impacts on waves and surfing,” International Congress on Coastal and Marine Tourism and Recreation (Kona, HI) – November 10
2015  “Surfers as scientists: Connecting stakeholders to resource management with citizen-science,” Association for Environmental Studies and Sciences Conference (La Jolla, CA) – June 26 
2015  “Predicting and responding to sea-level rise impacts on coastal recreation in California,” International Symposium on Society and Natural Resource Management (Charleston, SC) – June 18 
2015  “Collecting surfers' wave knowledge to predict impacts of sea-level rise,” Poster. AAAS Citizen Science Association Conference (San Jose, CA) – February 11 
2014  “An alternative approach to assessing sea-level rise impacts,” Monterey Bay Area Research Institutions’ Network for Education Oceans Colloquium (Moss Landing, CA) – April 5 
2012  “Exploring the human dimensions relevant to coastal & marine spatial planning.” Kittinger, Erickson, Reineman, Armsby, Caldwell & Crowder. NOAA Social Coast Forum (Charleston, SC) – February 15

Departmental Talks, Stanford University
2015  “The human dimensions of wave resource management in California,” Public dissertation defense, Emmett Interdisciplinary Program in Environment and Resources – August 14 
2015  “The Dissertation: product versus process and other lessons learned,” Emmett Interdisciplinary Program in Environment and Resources – May 12 
2015  “The human dimensions of wave resource management,” Social Ecology Group – May 11 
2014  “An alternative approach to assessing local impacts of sea-level rise,” Emmett Interdisciplinary Program in Environment and Resources – May 8
2013  “Californians and the coast,” Emmett Interdisciplinary Program in Environment and Resources – March 14
2012  “Californians and the coast: measuring community management priorities,” Center for Philanthropy and Civil Society – May 11 

Departmental Talks, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa
2008  “The development of proactive monitoring tools for coral reef management,” Department of Oceanography MS Thesis Public Defense – October 30


Teaching Experience
Stanford University
2016  California Coast: Science, Policy, and Law – Co-Instructor; course cross-listed in schools of Law, Engineering, Humanities & Sciences, and Earth Sciences
2016 Environmental Research Design Seminar – Instructor (Appointed as Lecturer in Emmett Interdisciplinary Program in Environment & Resources)
2014  Earth Systems Wrigley Field Program in Hawai‘i – Curriculum Coordinator; Interdisciplinary, residential program focused on field methods in earth and environmental science and on environmental policy 
2014  PhD Students on the PhD: Doctoral Research and Experience in Environmental Sciences – Course Designer and Instructor 
2013  Center for Ocean Solutions Short Course on Ocean Policy – Teaching Assistant; graduate-level. 
2013  California Coast: Science, Policy, and Law – Teaching Assistant; Interdisciplinary, graduate-level. 
2012  Earth Systems Wrigley Field Program in Hawai‘i – Teaching Assistant 
2012  Research Approaches for Environmental Problem Solving – Teaching Assistant; Graduate-level. 
2012  The Social Ocean: Ocean Conservation, Management, and Policy – Course Designer and Instructor 

University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa
2008  The Science of the Sea: Introduction to Oceanography – Teaching Assistant (Spring & Fall semesters) 


Research Experience
2015present The Bill Lane Center for the American West, Stanford University  Postdoctoral Fellow; focused on coastal sustainability and management implications of actions by California Coastal Commission
2010–2015  Emmett Interdisciplinary Program in Environment and Resources, Stanford University – PhD Student; Dissertation: “The human dimensions of coastal resource management in California.” 
2005–2008  Department of Oceanography, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa – Masters Student; Thesis: “The development of proactive monitoring tools for coral reef management.” 
2005  Romberg Tiburon Center for Environmental Studies, San Francisco State University – Lab and Field Technician 
2004  Quiksilver’s “The Crossing” aboard R/V Indies Trader – Marine Biologist with Reef Check International 
2003–2004  Environmental Science and Engineering Department, University of California, Los Angeles – Staff Research Associate 


Academic Service
Stanford University
2014–present Haas Center for Public Service – National Advisory Board Member 
2015  University-wide Search Committee for Associate Vice-Provost for Student Affairs and Dean of Community Engagement and Diversity – Committee Member 
2013  Undergraduate Research Summer Program, School of Earth Sciences – Program Assistant 
2010–2013  Monterey Area Research Institutions’ Network for Education – Stanford University Student Liaison 
2011  DC Boot Camp, Woods Institute for the Environment – Planning Consultant 
2010–2011  The Stanford Bag Project (student-led plastic bag ban initiative) – Advisor 

University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa
2006–2007  Graduate Student Handbook and Policy Committee, Department of Oceanography – Student Representative 


Professional Experience
2010  Monterey Bay Aquarium – Consultant and Congressional Advocate: Designed and implemented a Congressional outreach strategy for an international conservation initiative resulting in strengthened support for the official U.S. position.
2009  Office of Congressman Sam Farr (D-Monterey, CA) – Legislative Analyst & Knauss Fellow: Worked with Representative Farr, his staff, constituents, other offices, and NGOs to craft and advance a legislative agenda in the U.S. House of Representatives; issue portfolio included oceans, environment, science, and topic-relevant activities for Farr’s service on the House Committee on Appropriations. 


Professional Development
2011 Ocean Policy Short Course, Center for Ocean Solutions, Stanford University 
2011 Interdisciplinary Problem Solving Short Course on Runoff Control, Monterey Area Research Institutions’ Network for Education 
2009 Federal Budget Process Workshop, Congressional Research Service 
2009  Advanced Legislative Process Institute, Congressional Research Service 
2008  Communicating Ocean Science Teaching Workshop, University of Hawai‘i Curriculum Group 
2007  Edwin W. Pauley Marine Biology Summer Program, Hawai‘i Institute of Marine Biology (Ecology Working Group Leader) 
2002-2004  Outdoor Leadership Training Program, University of California, Los Angeles