I am an ORISE Postdoctoral Fellow with the US Forest Service’s Air Resource Management Program. Formerly I was in the Dept of Botany and Plant Pathology at Oregon State University.

With colleagues, students and federal land managers, I work at the broad intersection of forest ecology, biogeography and high-dimensional statistics. Our goal is to forecast plant and lichen responses to pressing global changes. Through distributed experiments, open-source software development and large-scale national forest inventories, we ask:

How will global changes to atmospheric regimes alter the functioning, persistence and distribution of forest vegetation?  

Our path shapes the questions we ask. The CV says something else, but a more accurate chronology is:



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