I am a current MS Candidate in GIScience at the Clark University, focusing on remote sensing of forest disturbances. I have a passion for remote sensing and GIScience for conservation purposes and have continued that through my undergraduate and graduate degree. I have experience working with remotely sensed products and large databases. My interests lie within land use/land cover change, forest disturbances, and coastal and tropical ecology. My current research as part of my MS in GIScience involves using the Harmonized Landsat Sentinel-2 product for Gypsy Moth defoliation tracking.
M.S. in GIScience, 2019
B.A. in Environmental Science, 2018