Professor of Earth, Environmental, and Planetary Sciences, Professor of Environment and Society


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I received my B.S. with Honors in 1983 from U. British Columbia and my Ph.D in 1990 from Brown University. Following postdoctoral research in the Department, I was appointed W. M. Keck assistant professor (research) in 1991 after a nationwide search. My interests in the applications of remote sensing have been integral to the Department's interdisciplinary work with Environmental Sciences, the Environmental Change Initiative and the Marine Biological Laboratory (MBL) joint program.

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