My research is focused on using satellite remote sensing and environmental modeling to address questions related to patterns of biodiversity, ecosystem services and ecosystem function. I mainly design algorithms to process large volumes of satellite data to reveal environmental phenomena such as land cover change, phenology and resilience. In order to accomplish this I have research skills including databases, high performance scientific computing, R and a variety of GIS and RS software. In addition, I have been closely involved in the development of web-based tools to expose environmental data to users, and in the dissemination of these tools to a wide range of stakeholders.
Centres and institutes
Jordon MW, Smith P, Long PR, Bürkner PC, Petrokofsky G, Willis KJ, 'Can Regenerative Agriculture increase national soil carbon stocks? Simulated country-scale adoption of reduced tillage, cover cropping, and ley-arable integration using RothC'
Science of the Total Environment 825 (2022)
ISSN: 0048-9697 eISSN: 1879-1026Abstract Published here Open Access on RADAR