I am a senior landscape ecologist and biometrician with The Nature Conservancy's, Global Lands Science team. I attempt to bring vigor from diverse fields such as landscape ecology, spatial statistics, remote sensing and applied mathematics to answer practical conservation questions. I am a visiting Professor at University of Wyoming with ~110 publications in peer-reviewed journals (H index = 35, i10-index = 46).
My research is focused on spatial statistics in ecological applications, habitat utilization modeling, climate change, landscape genetics, Bayesian statistics and gradient modeling. I have frequently utilized Lidar, radar and spectral remote sensing in my research. I have ridden horses for 45+ years and have played guitar in several swing and bluegrass bands.