PhD Student, Environmental Conservation
Advisor: Timothy Randhir
Effects of climate changes on Niger River (Africa) and Charles River (USA) watersheds
Moussa is a doctoral student and a research assistant under Dr. Timothy Randhir in environmental conservation at UMass Amherst. His focus is to investigate the effects of climate changes on Niger River (Africa) and Charles River (USA) watersheds and their correlative impacts on riverside populations, then suggest strategies to minimize these impacts.
Moussa earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in law, from Burkina Faso and France, respectively. Moussa also earned his Bachelor of Science in environmental science at the University of New Hampshire and his master’s of science in environmental conservation at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.