Four faculty members at Boston University’s Department of Earth & Environment have been recognized by Web of Science as Highly Cited Researchers in 2021! Considered true trailblazers in their fields, these elite researchers have produced multiple highly-cited papers that rank in the top 1% of their field and year in Web of science. This […]
Assistant Professor Christoph Nolte’s NASA-ROSES Proposal for Comparing the effectiveness of conservation instruments in the Colombian andes biodiversity hotspot has been accepted. Co-Investigators include postdoctoral associates Paulo Arévalo and Eric Bullock. Collaborators include Professors Mark Friedl and Curtis Woodcock of Earth & Environment, Gustavo Galindo of the Institute of Hydrology, Meteorology, and Environmental Studies, Clara Matallana of the […]
Pontus Olofsson, with Co-investigators Alessandro Baccini, Lucy Hutyra and Curtis Woodcock, has been awarded a research grant from the NASA Carbon Monitoring System. The three-year long research grant will analyze forest degradation across the tropics using satellite data.
Professors Mark Friedl, Ranga Myneni, and Curtis Woodcock have been recently recognized as “Highly Cited Researchers” in the interdisciplinary “Cross Field” category by Clarivate Analytics for the year 2018. Clarivate runs the Web of Science and recognized a total of 20 researchers from BU. The list identifies scientists who have demonstrated significant influence through publication of […]