My research interests are defined by a central theme of spatial and temporal complexity of coupled human-environment systems. I am interested in questions about the intersection of local livelihoods, land use/land cover change (LCLUC), and climate variability.
To address these questions, I also am interested in the application of different remote sensing and statistical modeling approaches most effective in quantifying system dynamics. This has led me to be involved in some really interesting, varied projects that include savanna vegetation dynamics, human population modeling, wetland dynamics, and how climate variability influences urban environments.
Please check out the associated research tabs to learn more about specific projects and area of interests.