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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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Prezi on introducing spatial statistics

Last semester, I provided a couple of guest lectures in Margaret Moore’s Landscape Ecology class on spatial statistics. Spatial statistics, tools that hold a special place in my heart, are commonly used for understanding data distributed in a space where positions and distance have meaning; and are highly useful tools in forestry [read more...]

New publication resulting from work that began in Nepal

Some recent work, done almost exclusively through Facebook exchanges on my end, has been published in the the most recent issue of International Journal of Research. This work started in while in Nepal, and largetly consisted of helping my co-authors with analyses and interpretations.While this work is not in my usual focus area, I feel [read more...]

Final thoughts on my F2F assignment in Nepal

When I decided to volunteer with Winrock International’s Farmer-to-Farmer program, I wasn’t sure what I was getting myself into, and while I was assured by a fellow volunteer that I would be taken care of, I never anticipated how great this opportunity could be. Upon arrival and throughout my time in Nepal, Winrock’s small (maybe [read more...]

Completion of my assignment in Nepal with F2F

Myself and the participants in the 2014 workshop in Bharatpur, Chitwan, Nepal – Provided by Winrock Intl. and USAID.

This morning we met with the USAID staff here in Kathmandu, Nepal and debriefed them on my assignment, signaling the end of my work here. Though I only spent six full days with the host [read more...]