Associate Professor in Earth System Dynamics, University of Leeds
I am an Associate Professor in Earth System Dynamics. My research focuses on improving our understanding of the biogeochemical cycling and vegetation dynamics of tropical forests and how these processes might be affected by global environmental change.
I have a specific interest in the sensitivity of tropical forests to drought and heat stress, using a range of different approaches, from field-based ecophysiological approaches to dynamic global vegetation modelling.
Jul 02, 2020 15:52 pm UTC| Nature
Travel through the rainforest in Guyana, in northern South America, and youll often hear the indigenous adage: a forest has no end and no beginning to explain their natural cycle of disturbance and recovery. For the people...