Dr. J.D. (Daniel) Teodoro Morales

Profile

Daniel Teodoro is a postdoctoral researcher at TPM. He is part of the Resilience Lab working on topics of intertemporal justice in climate resilience decision-making. He received his PhD from the University of Maryland (USA) where his research focused on the relationship between stakeholder networks in climate change adaptation projects and how these networks lead to social learning. Daniel received a M.Sc. degree in Environmental Science and Policy from the Central European University (Austria) and a B.Sc. in Physical Geography and Environmental Sciences from Mansfield University, Pennsylvania (USA).

Research

His research focuses in studying formal concepts in intertemporal justice in climate resilience decision-making. Previous research has focused on participatory processes which enable fair and inclusive opportunities for parties affected by climate impacts. Recent publications explore ways of quantifying the interconnectedness of social phenomena and improving ways to measure their effects on resilience analysis.

  • Teodoro, J.D., Prell, C., & Sun, L. (2021). Quantifying stakeholder learning in climate change adaptation across multiple relational and participatory networks. Journal of Environmental Management. doi.org/10.1016/j.jenvman.2020.111508
  • Teodoro, J.D and Narin, B. (2020). Understanding the knowledge and data landscape of climate change impacts and adaptation in the Chesapeake Bay region: A systematic review. Climate. www.mdpi.com/2225-1154/8/4/58/htm
  • Teodoro, J.D., O'Leary, D. S. III, Kerr, S. E., Peskin, E., & Silva, J.A. (2019). The Relevance of Case Studies in Climate Change Research: A Review of Policy Recommendations. SN Applied Sciences. doi.org/10.1007/s42452-019-1221-x 
  • Marselis, S. M., Feng, K., Liu, Y., Teodoro, J. D., & Hubacek, K. (2017). Agricultural land displacement and undernourishment. Journal of Cleaner Production. doi.org/10.1016/j.jclepro.2017.05.125

Daniel Teodoro Morales

Postdoc Researcher

Department:
Engineering Systems and Services

Group:
Transport and Logistics

Research interests:
Climate change adaptation
Inter-temporal justice
Decision support
Social network analysis

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