Graduate student. Completed an MS in Statistics from Oregon state University and a PhD in Forestry at Michigan State. Research interests are in developing statistical models to better understand forest change due to succession, natural disturbance, management, and climate change. The central theme of gis research is the use of rigorous statistical methods to answer important questions in forest ecology. See his current site here.
2018, off to Research Centre for Ecological Change, University of Helsinki.
2019, off to UMass Amherst as an assistant professor.
PhD in Forestry & Ecology, Evolutionary Biology, 2018
Michigan State University
MS Statistics, 2013
Oregon State University
BS Biology, 2006