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.
- Beyond leaf color: Comparing camera-based phenological metrics with leaf biochemical, biophysical, and spectral properties throughout the growing season of a temperate deciduous forest
- Solar-induced chlorophyll fluorescence and its link to canopy photosynthesis in maize from continuous ground measurements
- Tree height explains mortality risk during an intense drought
- Sustained Nonphotochemical Quenching Shapes the Seasonal Pattern of Solar‐Induced Fluorescence at a High‐Elevation Evergreen Forest
- On the relationship between sub-daily instantaneous and daily total gross primary production: Implications for interpreting satellite-based SIF retrievals
- Chlorophyll fluorescence tracks seasonal variations of photosynthesis from leaf to canopy in a temperate forest