I study the ecology of communities in a changing world. What can biodiversity tell us about past disturbances and future species distributions? How can we leverage that information to forecast the future structure, diversity, and function of these ecosystems?
I approach these questions with a broad array of methods, including field observations, controlled experiments, and satellite remote sensing. Using these data to their full potential has also meant developing new ways to analyze them.
You can read more about these ideas and methods in the links above, or contact me using the links below.