David Groves is a codirector of the RAND Climate Resilience Center, a codirector for the RAND Center for Decision Making Under Uncertainty, a senior policy researcher at the RAND Corporation, and a professor at the Pardee RAND Graduate School. He is a key developer of new methods for decisionmaking under deep uncertainty, and he works directly with natural resources managers worldwide to improve planning for the uncertain future. His primary practice areas include water resources management and coastal resilience planning, with an emphasis on climate adaptation and resilience. He is the lead author on a chapter within a forthcoming book on Decision Making Under Uncertainty. He also co-authored a widely referenced study on the safety implications of the adoption of autonomous vehicles.