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Katherine Martin

Assistant Professor

Forecasting Landscape and Environmental Change, Global Change in Climate, Land Use and Water

Forestry and Environmental Resources


Katie uses geospatial analytics to examine how disturbances affect landscape ecosystem services, including clean water, carbon sequestration and wildlife habitat. She applies ecohydrology modeling frameworks to understand how climate and land use change might affect water availability in the Southeast U.S. and whether forests can be managed for drought mitigation. Other interests include forest and fire management for biodiversity, carbon storage and other ecosystem services.

Katie Martin
Katie’s research goal is to understand watershed responses to changing climate and land use.


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