About this person
I am a terrestrial ecosystem ecologist and modeler interested in ecosystem carbon dynamics and climate feedbacks. I have an interdisciplinary background in remote sensing, environmental science and bioclimatology. I study the biophysical and biogeochemical processes within vegetation, soil and atmosphere as well as the impacts of natural and human perturbations of the environment (e.g. permafrost thawing, drought, deforestation, agricultural expansion) at site to global scales. My current work mainly focuses on permafrost carbon-climate feedbacks in the Arctic and land surface modeling development (PERMANOR project). I also have broad interests in land use change, conservation biology and renewable energy.