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 email@example.com if you are interested in joining the lab! We are looking for motivated undergraduate, graduate students, and postdocs.
- Two for one: Partitioning CO2 fluxes and understanding the relationship between solar-induced chlorophyll fluorescence and gross primary productivity using machine learning
- Difference in seasonal peak timing of soybean far-red SIF and GPP explained by canopy structure and chlorophyll content
- Climate change driving widespread loss of coastal forested wetlands throughout the North American coastal plain
- Combining near-infrared radiance of vegetation and fluorescence spectroscopy to detect effects of abiotic changes and stresses
- Representation of Leaf-to-Canopy Radiative Transfer Processes Improves Simulation of Far-Red Solar-Induced Chlorophyll Fluorescence in the Community Land Model Version 5
- Climate Change Driving Widespread Loss of Coastal Forested Wetlands Throughout the North American Coastal Plain
Tweets from the lab
- New job opening: Amazon Vegetation Dynamics Postdoctoral Fellow. Explore forest dynamics and feedbacks using the FATES vegetation demographic model as part of the @NGEETropics project! t.co/0UTOhIxDur
- ESA is pleased to announce the appointment of Manuel Lerdau @uvaevsc @uvabio as the new editor-in-chief of @ESAEcosphere! t.co/v7aaqpsLcv t.co/HRfz1hcwee
- Tomorrow, Feb 3rd, at noon ET is our next SWISLR webinar! Come hear Dr. Eric Edwards and Greg Ferraro talk about their work with coastal Farm owners. t.co/pfAUAEtW5B or message for the zoom link!