Eira Tansey is the Digital Archivist/Records Manager at the University of Cincinnati Libraries. Her active areas of research include the effects of climate change on archives and archivists, the role of records within environmental regulation, and the enforcement of recordkeeping laws. Between 2017-2018, Tansey collaborated on a Society of American Archivists foundation grant to develop a modern comprehensive data set of United States archives locations. This work resulted in the release of an open access data set of over 18,000 US repositories. Her published work has appeared in a wide variety of archives, history, and environmental policy journals. Tansey’s most notable achievement outside of the built environment was section-hiking the entire 323-mile Sheltowee Trace National Recreation Trail in 2016.