Research Areas:Urban Forestry and Green Infrastructure
I am an applied landscape ecologist with a focus on understanding how to manage human-dominated landscapes, like agricultural and urban areas, for people and nature. I focus specifically on how landscape structure and human actions impact biodiversity and multiple ecosystem services. My work spans multiple spatial scales, from individual urban parks and agricultural fields to regional and national scales. Ultimately, I aim to provide knowledge that can be readily used by land managers, practitioners, and decision-makers to inform their decisions.