Ecological modeling
and landscape-scale risk analysis

in forests and agricultural systems

About Me



I am broadly interested in how ecological processes at multiple scales create patterns and influence heterogeneity and risk on the landscape. My work relies on building and using novel statistical methodologies to integrate processes across scales and has included conventional agricultural systems, winter desert annual communities, and temperate forest ecosystems.


Research projects and publications

For a full list of publications see my CV.

Impacts of Drought and Climate Change and Temperate Forest Biomass

Bayesian Statistical Models for Interval-Censored Survival Data

Forest Traits of North American and European Forests

Diversity and Productivity in Temperate Forests

Climate Change Risks to Agricultural Field Workability