Sibyl Diver, Ph.D., is a Research Scientist in Department of Earth System Science at Stanford University. She studies issues of natural resource governance with Indigenous peoples, with a focus on Pacific Northwest salmon watersheds. This research includes analysis of co-management arrangements (collaborative or cooperative management) between Indigenous communities and state agencies. By examining natural resource conflict and institutional decision-making, she hopes to better understand how changes in environmental governance occur. Diver is currently working on new project on Indigenous water governance in the Western U.S.