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QuantitativeEcology is a Research Lab in the School of Forestry at Northern Arizona University. It focuses on the application of advanced mathematical, computational and statistical tools to any number of problems [read more…]

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Rapid assessment of ponderosa pine structural conditions using mobile lidar

DogHairThicket from Andrew Sánchez Meador on Vimeo.

Often, managers need to assess forest structure or composition quickly, to provide information on existing conditions, to assist decision making, to evaluate treatment success, to collect auxiliary training data for remote sensing products or to provide hands-on experience that promotes shared learning among stakeholders. Recently, mobile lidar [read more…]

!!-Closed-!! Postdoctoral Scholar Opening in the Quantitative Ecology Lab at NAU

Update 4/8/2019 – The postdoctoral position with my lab has been awarded and I am no longer soliciting applications.

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Founded in 1899, Northern Arizona University is a public university centered on students. Our academic programs, research, public service, and creative endeavors enrich lives and [read more…]

Fun with Leaflet in R

The above map was made entirely in R using leaflet, this script and the spatial data obtained from the USDA Forest Service Southwestern Regional Office. Fun times…!

!!-Closed-!! PhD GRA Opportunity at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, AZ in the School of Forestry’s Quantitative Ecology Lab

 Update 2/12/2018 – The GRA has been awarded and I am no longer soliciting application materials.

Graduate Research Assistantship (PhD) Opportunity at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, AZ

Data Fusion for Forest Planning and Implementation: Ecological Restoration, Remote Sensing, and Data Analytics

Are you interested in a PhD program that will provide you an opportunity to work [read more…]