Ana Andreu Mendez[email] Ph.D. Agriculture and Fisheries Research Institute of Andalusia (IFAPA), Cordoba
Spanish research fellow from Cordoba, working on partitioning water fluxes from the soil and vegetation of savannas
nstitute for Integrated Management of Material Fluxes and of Resources (UNU-FLORES)
Cove Sturtevant[email] Ph.D. UC Davis, San Diego State
Postdoctoral fellow, June 2013 to August 2015
Worked on the Delta Greenhouse Gas Flux Project. Interested in upscaling fluxes from the paddock to landscape scale using remote sensing and flux footprint models and use of mutual information theory to look at associations between flues and biophysical drivers
Eric Waller[email] B.S. UC Berkeley; M.S. UC Santa Barbara
Graduate student, co-advised with Max Moritz. Collaborating on fog climatology of the Central Valley and on the cloud climatology of redwoods in the Sierra Nevada Mountains
Postdoctoral Fellow, Swiss National Science Foundation and European Commission (Marie Curie International Outgoing Fellowship), Nov. 2011 to present
Studying water and energy exchange between vegetation and the atmosphere. Leading a synthesis study on the effects of the 2012 drought/heat spell across North America on energy and carbon exchange of ecosystems.
Martin Beland[email] PhD. University of Sherbrooke, Canada
Postdoctoral Fellow, Fonds de recherche du Québec – Nature et technologies Feb. 2012 to present.
Using terrestrial and airborne LIDAR to study the structure of canopies and to develop better high resolution 3D radiative transfer models for computing fluxes of mass and energy between vegetation and the atmosphere
Département des sciences géomatiques Pavillon Louis-Jacques-Casault 1055, avenue du Séminaire, bureau 1325 Université Laval Québec (Québec) G1V 0A6 CANADA
Postdoc, May 1997-May 1999 NOAA/ATDD, PO Box 2456, Oak Ridge, TN 37831
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