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…]
I’m extremely happy to say that the following papers are now out in early view – the first two papers are the results of Eryn Schineder’s and Kyle Rodman’s thesis work. For those who may not know, Eryn’s work focused on spatial patterns and reference conditions at the Barney Springs site south of Flagstaff, a [read more…]
Let’s face it. Light detection and ranging (LiDAR) is awesome and it’s completely arrived. Currently, the best sources for free nationwide LiDAR datasets are the United States Interagency Elevation Inventory, USGS Center for LIDAR Information Coordination and Knowledge, and NSF’s OpenTopography. Just as there are quite a few sources for datasets, your choices are equally [read more…]
I’ve been out of pocket for awhile on this blog, but it’s fir a good reason. I’ve been writing my butt off! Below are four manuscripts published in the last few months, all of which I was a part of… I’ll like the work speak for itself.
The Economics of Ecological Restoration and Hazardous Fuel [read more…]
Here’s a script that I use to query the CRAN package download logs and figure out what packages are the “top” packages being used/downloaded. It borrows heavily from this post, which is badass… User be wary, as it download all of the logs for the specified date and creates a data.table to house this information [read more…]