University of Vermont
My research is cross-disciplinary with the ultimate goal of scaling plot-based forest health relationships to a landscape-scale using remote sensing and GIS modeling. To date, this work has focused on the detection and mapping of pre-visual forest decline symptoms resulting from invasive species, global climate change and acid deposition/nutrient depletion. These techniques provide a much-needed tool for the early detection of new and existing stressors and will allow forest management agencies to focus management efforts before stands are severely impacted.
List of Projects
|Project||Role||Start Date||End Date|
|Forest Condition Change in Northern Vermont: Potential causes and implications for landscape-scale analysis||Participant||2011-05-01||2011-08-31|
|Snowpack Monitoring Using Wireless Technology||Principal-investigator||2011-10-01||2013-06-01|
|Northeastern Forest Health Trend Index Derived from Landsat Imagery||Principal-investigator||2011-01-01||2012-12-31|