Dr. Max Moritz
Understanding the dynamics of fire regimes at relatively broad scales and using this information in ecosystem management. Quantitative analyses of fire history and simulation of fire dynamics.
Plant Biogeography, Fire Ecology.
Ph.D. student co-supervised by John Harte
Broadly interested in biodiversity, and more specifically focused on how invasive species and changing climate are altering fire regimes.
Ph.D. student co-supervised by Scott Stephens
The role of fire in driving landscape scale vegetation patterns. Fire history and ecology of subalpine forests in Crater Lake National Park, Oregon.
Enric Batllori Presas
Ecosystem responses to disturbance under global change scenarios and its potential effects on landscape structure at several spatial and temporal scales.