Associate Professor, Climate Sciences
Physical Sciences Bldg, Room 137
School of Earth and Sustainability
Northern Arizona University
Flagstaff, AZ 86011
My research falls under a common theme of climate science and solutions. For almost a decade now, my research has been motivated by the desire to better understand the role of the natural and managed carbon cycle in climate change dynamics. My goal is to generate new knowledge that contributes to our understanding in three main research areas:
I use a combination of tools in my research (e.g., modeling, statistical analyses, model-data comparison, model-model comparison) and collaborate with a number of colleagues from various disciplines at NAU and other academic institutions, national laboratories, and research centers.