My work is centered on sustainability science, particularly understanding coupled human-environment systems using interdisciplinary methods that combine biophysical and socio-ecological data. I primarily use data from Earth-observing satellites, geographic information systems and statistical modeling, to understand human impacts on the terrestrial biosphere. Since 1999 I've worked within various sectors including private, government, and academia in 8 countries spanning 3 continents.
I have been an avid birder since the age of 14, and as such I am interested in the conservation of Afro-Palearctic migrant bird species and the quality of their breeding and wintering habitats.
I have a PhD in Physical Geography and Ecosystem Science from Lund University in Sweden and an MSc in Geospatial Technologies from the University of Münster in Germany and the New University of Lisbon in Portugal. I received my BSc in Geoscience from Montclair State University in New Jersey, USA.
PhD Candidate, Lund University
Geographic Information Specialist, Columbia University
MSc Candidate, University of Münster
Geotechnician, Science Applications International Corporation
Lund University, Doctor of Philosophy
University of Münster, Master of Science
Montclair State University, Bachelor of Science
Evaluating water controls on vegetation growth in the semi-arid Sahel using field and Earth observations data, Remote Sensing
High-resolution African population projections from radiative forcing and socio-economic models, 2000 to 2100, Scientific Data
Examining the NDVI-rainfall relationship in the semi-arid Sahel using geographically weighted regression, Journal of Arid Environments
The El Niño-La Niña cycle and recent trends in the supply and demand of net primary production in African drylands, Climatic Change
The Supply and Demand of Net Primary Production in the Sahel, Environmental Research Letters
Integrating Open Access Geospatial Data to Map the Habitat Suitability of the Declining Corn Bunting (Miliaria calandra), ISPRS International Journal of Geoinformation
Abu Dhabi Island: Analysis of Development and Vegetation Change Using Remote Sensing (1972-2000), Advances in Earth Observation of Global Change