Kathleen Miller is a Scientist III working with RAL’s Climate Science and Applications Program. She is an economist who conducts research on climate impacts, vulnerability and adaptation. Her work focuses especially on natural resource management and adaptation planning under uncertainty, and on modeling interactions between human strategic behavior and dynamic natural systems. She collaborates with scientists from other disciplines to understand how natural resource systems will respond to the combined impacts of natural climate-related processes, direct human exploitation, other anthropogenic stressors and management actions. She is the author of numerous papers on the management of water, fisheries and other natural resources in the context of climate variability and prospective climate change.