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Area of Expertise:Developing an agent-based model of coupled human and natural riparian systems.
I completed a Master's at the University of Illinois studying the role of asymmetric competition on largemouth bass recruitment. During my time in Champaign,I also contributed to the development of a spatially-explicit food web model of the Upper Mississippi River.
I am currently developing an agent-based model of coupled natural and human ecosystems in the Southwest. Specifically, I am modeling how changes in ecohydrology influence human decision-making.
Dr. John Koprowski in the School of Natural Resources and the Environment takes a special interest in what happens to populations at the edges of their range. Range edges are constantly growing due to fragmentation - and these are the places where we are likely to see striking ecological shifts as the climate changes.
The Advanced Resource Technology Group (ART) was formed in 1988 with an aim to provide leadership in such areas as GIS institutional development, GIS environmental database design and development, application of cartographic and spatial analysis for agriculture, natural resources, and rural development. Besides using traditional remote sensing and GIS techniques, researchers at ART are developing the next generation of GIS-based modeling and simulation tools including artificial intelligence, intelligent visualization, synthetic environments, and semantic-based data access.