I am an interdisciplinary ecosystem scientist interested in risk and resilience research. My PhD uses remote-sensing techniques, including satellite imagery and lidar (light detection and ranging) to model forest recovery (or lack of recovery) after large and high severity wildfire. I am to provide forest managers with accessible and accurate tools so they can take proactive steps to protect people and forests. Starting in 2025, I am seeking a private or government position working in policy development and scenario forecasting.
I am enthusiastic about science communication and am always looking for ways to engage the population. Please reach out if you are interested in a talk or research demonstration on drones, satellites, or forest science. I am also proficient in numerous statistical approaches and am always happy for #StatzChatz
|Apr 1, 2023
|I won the forestry 3MT for my talk titled “When a fire burns half a million hectares – how do we know what’s rising from the ashes?.” Check out the link and let me know your thoughts!
- Landsat assessment of variable spectral recovery linked to post-fire forest structure in dry sub-boreal forestsISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing Feb 2024