Adam Stack (he/him) specializes in Natural Resource Damage Assessment (NRDA) and analysis of the cultural impacts of environmental harm. With a background in cultural anthropology and archaeology, his expertise includes applied social science, qualitative inquiry into human-environment interactions, and collaborative mixed-methods research. In addition to NRDA, Dr. Stack has experience providing expert analysis and testimony for litigation, assessment of economic and financial damages, and environmental justice analysis under the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA).
Dr. Stack’s recent work includes supporting natural resource damage assessments at several large, complex hazardous waste sites in New Mexico, Oregon, and Minnesota.
He holds a Ph.D in anthropology from Harvard University and a B.A. in archaeological studies from Yale University. He is based in Santa Fe, NM.