Organization: Univ. of Alabama Dept. of Biological Sciences
Education: Ph.D., Forest Biometrics, University of British Columbia, 2004
University of Alabama, 1325 Science and Engineering Complex (SEC), Tuscaloosa, AL
My research covers a broad range of topics, including mixed effects models in forestry and natural resources, design and analysis of experimental data, quantifying size and structure distributional differences in natural systems, and quantifying model uncertainty. My research aims to promote better conservation and management of natural resources by developing a better understanding of the dynamics of natural systems.
Data Analysis/Modeling, Ecology
|RAPID Collaborative Research: The Role of Landscape Configuration and Socio-economic Legacy in Understanding Tree Response to Hurricane Irma||National Science Foundation||2018 - 2019||2019|