I'm a forest engineer, soil scientist and data analyst unlocking the mysteries in complex data to investigate natural climate solutions.
My ultimate goal is to enable general audiences to understand that natural ecosystems, especially tropical forests and soils, play a key role in mitigating climate change and improving people's lives.
To accomplish this, I mine, process and analyze key multi-source data to uncover and communicate the role those ecosystems play in regulating carbon and nutrient cycles and providing key ecosystem services for us all.
Research and Development
Sports and Outreach
1,600 years of increasing tree cover in Amazon-savanna transition
Improving Sustainable Tropical Forestry with Voluntary Carbon Markets
Drought and warming effects on Mediterranean prairies in the U.S. Pacific Northwest
Sustainable forestry in Amazonia maintains soil health and carbon
Land-use change and topography alter soil functioning in the Atlantic Forest
Soil biodiversity and ecosystem functioning in a Neotropical savanna