NERC Research Fellow and Senior Researcher
- School of Geography and the Environment
I am and NERC Independent Research Fellow at the School of Geography and the Environment and the Environmental Change Institute. In my work I try to understand the role that plant functional characteristics play in the resilience of tropical forests and make use of field assessment and also lots of remote sensing data from drones and satellites. Currently I am working across several countries including Mexico, Brazil, Peru, Ghana, Gabon, Malaysia and Australia. See more about my work on my personal website.
Understanding nature recovery paths and ecosystem functioning through forests health assessments
Forests are one of the principal providers of ecosystem services globally and serve as a source of diverse values to human society. Many of society’s needs, economic processes, and cultural or spiri[...] Read more
Mapping the resilience of tropical forests and savannas to global environmental change
We are working on West Africa tropical forests to understand how a changing climate is modifying the structure, morphology and chemistry of tropical forests. Our focus up to know is Ghana where we, to[...] Read more