Assistant Professor of Quantitative Fire Ecology, University of Washington
In general my research focuses on developing innovative quantitative tools that improve ecological theory development and environmental decision-making. My current area of research is in fire ecology and forest management. In my teaching I am dedicated to the education of science students and early-career scientists in the practice of scientific research and quantitative scientific methods, as well as improving quantitative literacy for all students.
Aug 22, 2021 01:45 am UTC| Nature
There is abundant evidence that changes in the climate, both increased temperature and reduced precipitation, are making wildfires worse in the western U.S. The relationship between climate and wildfire seems obvious and...