PhD candidate (exp. 2021), spatial ecology MESc (2013) spatial ecology BA (2009) experimental archaeology
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Broadly speaking, my research is focused on spatial ecology. My principle interests are in the development and application of geospatial algorithms and technologies to answer all manner of ecological questions, though I am often more interested in how questions get answered than in the answers themselves. My current work focuses on forest resource quantification (biodiversity, biomass) across large geographic extents.