I am an environmental scientist interested in landscape-level human-environment interactions: what drives our decisions to change land-cover and land-use and what are the environmental consequences of these changes? I use remotely-sensed data, climate models, GIS, and spatial statistics to answer these questions.
The goal of my interdisciplinary research is to provide policy makers with the information needed to ensure we manage our environment and its resources responsibly.
When not slowly losing my eyesight by staring at a computer screen, I enjoy hiking, road biking, watching 30 Rock, Broad City, and Veep, Instagramming, convincing my partner that he really doesn’t need another circular saw, and trying not to spend money at King Arthur Flour.
Neukom Institute for Computational Science Postdoctoral Fellow
Department of Geography
Hanover, NH 03755