Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University
I am always drawn to ecological questions at continental-to-global scales. Answering those questions requires a data-model synthesis framework that combines remote sensing with the state-of-the-art quantitative models. Currently, I am working on how tree size and soil nutrients affect tree mast through mastif project. I am exploring how habitat characteristics derived from lidar and hyperspectral remote sensing act and interact with climate change in influencing communities of trees and ground beetles at NEON sites using gjam/gjamTime.
Wednesday, August 4, 2021