My research is largely focused on advancing the applications of remote sensing for monitoring and assessing physiological responses of plants to their environment. I employ a number of ground-based techniques to evaluate plant traits (pigments) and functions (photosynthesis) to understand the underlying mechanisms influencing remotely sensed spectra and its applications. My experience spans across boreal and temperate forests and assessing phenology, and in agricultural systems assessing genotype-specific drought response. My work with the FOCAL Lab uses satellite-based remote sensing to assess fire damage severity and refugia.

  • Ecophysiology
  • Forest ecology
  • Photosynthesis
  • Remote sensing
  • PhD in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, 2020

    University of Toronto

  • MSc in Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, 2014

    University of Alberta

  • BSc in Biology - Ecology, 2012

    University of Alberta