I am co-PI on a NSF Harnessing the Data Revolution collaborative research project using Genomics, Phenomics, and Environmental data with machine learning.
Mexican Wolf Recovery¶
In 2016, in collaboration with the Arizona Game and Fish Department, and the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM) I was involved in the planning and mapping of potential recovery areas for the critically endangered Mexican Wolf. Our work is published in the US Fish and Wildlife Service 2017 Species Recovery Plan Draft Report , and by my Mexican colleages at UNAM in 2021.
Remote Sensing on the Walnut Gulch & Santa Rita Experimental Range¶
After my post-doc, I was supported by a funding agreement between The University of Arizona and the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Agricultural Research Service (ARS) Southwest Watershed Research Center (SWRC) to study remote sensing of semi-arid grasslands on the Walnut Gulch Experimental Watershed (WGEW) and the Santa Rita Experimental Range (SRER). Both WGEW and SRER are Long Term Agricultural Research (LTAR) sites, SRER is also a NEON Core Site.
Critical Zone Observatory Network¶
My post-doctoral research was supported by the NSF Critical Zone Observatories Network, where I worked as a member of the Santa Catalina Mountains - Jemez River Basin Observatory
US Forest Service Carbon Mapping¶
My Ph.D. was supported by the USDA Forest Service as a Student Temporary Employment Program (STEP). This work was documented in my dissertation, and resulted in five peer-reviewed manuscripts and one working paper.
|open source initiative|
|Google Earth Engine|
|earth observation systems|
|airborne remote sensing|
|small uncrewed aerial systems|
|eddy covariance tower|
|wildland forest fire|