I am a human-environment geographer with interests in human dimensions of natural resource management, demography, food security, conservation, global environmental change, and sustainability. My main focus in my teaching and research is on the social and ecological changes in landscapes.
My interdisciplinary work incorporates a variety of social science, applied ecology, forestry, and geospatial tools.
My work takes me to some extremely interesting places around the world where I learn lots about people and their environment.
Funded Research Opportunities
The CAFOR project is seeking 2 PhD or MS students: one position in forest biometrics and remote sensing and one position in quantitative social science. Click here for more info.