As a scientist and teacher I want to instill in students an informed appreciation of the natural world in which we live and of which we are part. I endeavor to produce scientifically literate citizens capable of thinking critically about a wide range of ideas.
My research interests span the fields of forest ecophysiology, biogeochemistry, ecosystem modeling, remote sensing, and climate change in ecosystems spanning a range of human influence.
Dr. Brady Hardiman
I am a terrestrial ecologist and biogeochemist interested in ecosystem responses to anthropogenic modification including disturbance, management, and land-use change associated with urbanization. My research combines field observations and large-scale ecosystem experiments with remote sensing and ecosystem modeling. I employ this suite of tools to investigate relationships between ecosystem structure and function across a gradient of natural to highly-engineered environments within a global change context".
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