|Title:||Associate Professor (by Courtesy), EESS; Carnegie Institution, Global Ecology|
|Primary Affiliation:||Department of Environmental Earth System Science|
|Other Affiliations:||E-IPER, Department of Global Ecology, Carnegie Institution of Washington|
|Office Location:||Carnegie Institution f0r Science, Department of Global Ecology|
Our research interests focus on characterizing complexity and quantifying uncertainty in environmental systems with the goal of improving our understanding of these systems and our ability to forecast their variability. Our current research interests focus on atmospheric greenhouse gas emission and sequestration estimation, water quality monitoring and contaminant source identification, and use of remote sensing data for earth system characterization. The common theme of our research is the development and application of spatiotemporal statistical data fusion methods for optimizing the use of limited in situ and remote sensing environmental data. We are also interested in the environmental policy, economic and legal impact and applicability of environmental research.