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College of Natural Resources

Center for Geospatial Analytics

Robert uses geospatial analytics to examine long-term landscape health, specifically with regards to climate change and human activities, management and values. He develops process-based mechanistic models to forecast landscape change, to inform policy choices both regionally and globally. His interests also include participatory GIS with stakeholders and using visualization tools to support decision-making.

Rob discusses his research.
Rob is a primary driver behind development of the landscape forecasting system LANDIS-II.

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