Examining habitat, post wildfire recovery, land degradation, land use/cover, climate variability, human impacts on land surface phenology, employing remote sensing and geospatial tools. Global and regional agriculture and natural resource monitoring.
Remote Sensing for the Study of Planet Earth; Remote Sensing our Biosphere, Percepción Remota del Ambiente; Biogeography; Physical Geography Seminar: Coupled Human and Natural Systems, Geography of Phenology; Field Study of Environmental Geography.
Ph.D., 1995, University of Arizona, College of Agriculture, Life and Environmental Sciences, Dept. of Soil, Water and Environmental Science Tucson, Arizona.
M.S., 1988, Wageningen University for Life Sciences, Department of Soil Science, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
B.S., 1986, Wageningen University for Life Sciences, Wageningen, The Netherlands.