Assistant Professor of Environmental Horticulture, Landscape Management
Organization: University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences
Education: Ph.D., Crop Sciences, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Gulf Coast Research and Education Center, 14625 County Road 672, Rm. 133, Wimauma, FL 33598
As a faculty member within the Center for Land Use Efficiency (CLUE), Dr. Andrew Koeser is charged with protecting and conserving Florida's natural resources by developing research-based, sustainable urban landscape practices.
Dr. Koeser works directly with arborists, landscapers, nursery growers, and urban foresters to both reduce the inputs and increase the ecological benefits associated with urban and residential greening.
Ecology, Geography/Land Use, Sustainability
|City of Tampa Tree canopy and Urban Forest Analysis, 2016||City of Tampa||2015 - 2018||2018|
|From Gray to Green: Tools for Transitioning to Vegetation-Based Stormwater Management||U.S. Forest Service||2015 - 2016||2016|
|Mobile Tree Failure Prediction and Debris Estimation for Storm Preparation and Response||U.S. Forest Service||2014 - 2018||2018|
|RAPID Collaborative Research: The Role of Landscape Configuration and Socio-economic Legacy in Understanding Tree Response to Hurricane Irma||National Science Foundation||2018 - 2020||2020|