We are global change ecologists and we use various tools — remote sensing, field observations, and modeling — to understand the impact of climate change on our ecosystems. We travel to ecosystems from tropics to the arctic. We use novel remote sensing techniques to see the ecosystems in ways we couldn't. We use advanced computer science techniques to analyze geospatial products. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in joining the lab! We are looking for motivated undergraduate, graduate students, and postdocs.
- Relationship between leaf physiologic traits and canopy color indices during the leaf expansion period in an oak forest
- Seasonal variations of leaf and canopy properties tracked by ground-based NDVI imagery in a temperate forest
- Regional-scale phenology modeling based on meteorological records and remote sensing observations
- Varying contributions of drivers to the relationship between canopy photosynthesis and far-red sun-induced fluorescence for two maize sites at different temporal scales
- Application of DMSP/OLS nighttime light images: A meta-analysis and a systematic literature review
- Chlorophyll fluorescence tracks seasonal variations of photosynthesis from leaf to canopy in a temperate forest