Moorcroft Lab, Fall 2015
Professor of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology
Ecological dynamics of terrestrial plant communities and ecosystems; biosphere-atmosphere interactions; mechanistic models of animal movement.
Research: Francesca is a behavioral and conservation ecologist with a focus on animal movement and terrestrial mammalogy. Dr. Cagnacci will pursue the research objectives in the context of the Hrdy Fellowship in conservation biology in close collaboration with the Moorcroft Lab. In particular, she will investigate the effects of climate and global change on animal spatial distribution, by modelling individual movement and population space use patterns over heterogeneous landscapes exposed to climatic and human-induced changes.
Research: Ashehad is a vegetation modeler interested in understanding and improving the representation of carbon, water and nutrient cycling in earth system models. He confronts model simulations with field and other observations, and uses various techniques to achieve this e.g. data-fusion methods, model calibration & assimilation, and empirical approaches.
Research: Tradeoffs between hydropower and river alterations in the Amazon
mauricio_arias [at] hks.harvard.edu
Research: Vulnerability of the hydropower generation to climate, hydrology and land use in the Tapajos river basin, Brazil
fabio_farinosi [at] hks.harvard.edu
Research: Integrating remote sensing technologies in terrestrial ecosystem and biosphere models
mjohnston [at] g.harvard.edu
Research: Wildlife movement ecology - mechanistic movement models of roe deer (Capreolus capreolus). This project is supported by the Fondazione Edmund Mach, Research and Innovation Center and the Autonomous Province of Trento (Italy).
nathanranc [at] g.harvard.edu
Staff Member at the Center for Geographic Analysis
Research: Analysis of NASA's HyspIRI Airborn Campaign data for linking terrestrial biosphere models with imaging spectrometry measurements of ecosystem composition, structure, and function
sbogan [at] cga.harvard.edu
eciccone [at] oeb.harvard.edu
Research: Modeling terrestrial ecosystem isotopic composition, quantifying the value of this data for the ED2.1 model, and performing a data-model synthesis to better constrain long term projections of ecosystem processes
dscott [at] fas.harvard.edu
Eunjee Lee, Research Scientist, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center’s Global Modeling and Assimilation Office
Ke Zhang, Research Scientist, University of Oklahoma Hydrometeorology and Remote Sensing (HyDROS) Laboratory
Abigail Swann, Assistant Professor, University of Washington Department of Atmospheric Sciences
Shirley Xiaobi Dong, Business Consultant, Applied Predictive Technologies in Washington, DC.
James Forester, Assistant Professor, University of Minnesota
Yeonjoo Kim, Assistant Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Yonsei University
Jeff Chun-Fung Lo, Research Scientist,Temasek Laboratories at Nanyang Technological University
Adrienne Keller, PhD Student, University of Montana, World Learning Organization
Jaclyn Hatala, PhD Student, University of California, Berkeley
Mike Dietze, Assistant Professor, Boston University
David Medvigy, Assistant Professor, Princeton University
Takeshi Ise, Associate Professor, Graduate School of Simulation Studies at University of Hyogo, Japan and Research Scientist, Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC). Research topics include terrestrial ecosystem modeling (carbon cycling in vegetation and soil) and climate change simulation with large-scale geospatial data.
Daniel Lipsitt, Head of Software Engineering, Type A Machines