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Lamont Associate Research Professor
Earth and Environmental Sciences
Biology and Paleo Environment
Lecturer
Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
128B Marine Biology
61 Route 9W - PO Box 1000
Palisades
NY
10964-8000
US
Phone: 
(845) 365-8480
Fax: 
(845) 365-8150

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The main goals of my research are to better understand:

  • the ways in which the composition, physical structure, and phenology of Arctic vegetation are changing in response to climate change (Project websites: NASA: Forest-Tundra Ecotone, and, NASA: LiDAR and tundra shrubs)

  •  how these changes impact resident and migratory animals and in turn how animals mediate climate-induced change in the region (Project websites: NSF: TeamBird,  NASA: Animals on the Move, and NSF: TeamVole)

  • how near and remote-sensing techniques can be used to study dynamics in ecological form and function (see above projects)

 

 

Education
List of degrees from highest to lowest:
Ph.D. in Earth & Environmental Sciences
Columbia University
09/2004
M.A. in Earth & Environmental Sciences
Columbia University
06/2001
Bachelor of Science in Physical Geography
McGill University
1999

Victoria Diaz-Bonilla (former Senior Thesis student, DEES)
Elizabeth Tupper (former Senior Thesis student, Barnard College)
Adam Formica (former Senior Thesis student, DEES)
Lacey-Harris-Cobie (former Senior Thesis student, E3B)
Case Prager (former PhD Student, E3B)
Jess Gersony (former Senior Thesis student, E3B)
Rebecca Gibson (former Senior Thesis student, E3B)
Johanna Jensen (current PhD Student, E3B)
Shailee Shah (current PhD Student, E3B)

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