Professor Lucy Hutyra and PhD candidate Luca Morreale published in Nature Communications
Earth & Environment Professor Lucy Hutyra and Graduate Student Fellow at the Hariri Institute & PhD candidate Luca Morreale, in collaboration with scientists from Harvard Forest and The City University of New York, found that trees along the edges of temperate forests grow faster and denser as a result of fragmentation–in contrast to their tropical […]
Three E&E faculty promoted to Professors!
A special congratulations to Wally Fulweiler, Mike Dietze, and Lucy Hutyra for reaching the rank of Professor! They ecstatically shared their achievements on Twitter, saying: 22 years ago I sat in our living room & said I'd never get into grad school. My brothers encouraged me to apply. Today I was promoted to Full […]
Pontus Olofsson is awarded funding from NASA
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.
Ian Smith wins NSF Grad Research Fellowship
Ian Smith, a Visiting Fellow and incoming PhD student, has received a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship. The NSF GRF Program recognizes and supports outstanding graduate students in NSF-supported science, technology, engineering, and mathematics disciplines who are pursuing research-based degrees at accredited U.S. institutions. Ian’s research focuses on the impacts of landscape fragmentation and […]
Lucy Hutyra and Conor Gately urge cities to show climate progress with data
At The Conversation US, Associate Professor Lucy Hutyra and Postdoctoral Associate Conor Gately advocate for pollution documentation in urban areas. “Over the last decade, our work on urban greenhouse gas emissions has shown that with the right combination of instruments, data and modeling techniques, it is possible to independently quantify carbon dioxide and methane emissions […]