I am a physiological ecologist who studies land-climate interactions in terrestrial ecosystems and human-dominated environments, including exchanges of energy, water, and greenhouse gases including methane and carbon dioxide exchanged between the air and leaves, soil, buildings, humans, and pipelines. I work with advocates, community members and policymakers to apply my research to advance sustainable communities and a habitable planet.
- GE/BI 307 Biogeography
- EE 395/396 Sustainability Science: Earth House Practicum
- GE 510 Physical Principles of the Environment
- GE 525 Plant Physiological Ecology