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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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Sampling trip to the North Kaibab RD

In my last post, I put up a time lapse video from the Centennial Forest here near Flagstaff where my crew was sampling ponderosa pine for biomass and volume as part of a larger, national FIA-funded project where NAU’s Wood Science and Forest Biometrics lab is working with Federal and State cooperators to collect [read more…]

Time lapse video of whole tree destructive sampling

Through a 1-min time-lapse of 5 hrs of work, this video shows what the process of felling, processing, scaling and weighing a tree looks like …

Video from Andrew Sanchez Meador on Vimeo.

Flagstaff – Then and Now

I’ve been working on a repeat aerial photography project with NAU’s Cline Library (this is the second part, the first part was (here) and below is an additional proof of concept element for a proposed Hanks Internship that I’m hoping to find a student to work on this fall. The images on the left are [read more…]

Flagstaff in 3D – circa 1959 via A.M. Faure and Cline Library

The following is something I produced as a proof of concept for a proposed Hanks Internship with Cline Library this fall (if you know of any students, please send them my way!). The scene was produced from 122 aerial photographs take by Andre M. Faure in 1959 and covers the majority of Flagstaff, AZ. Faure [read more…]

“Early View” is like Christmas!

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…]