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I am an environmental economist and scientist with a background in agronomy, climate science, remote sensing, and machine learning.
I am currently an assistant professor in Food and Resource Economics at the University of British Columbia. I was previously a postdoctoral fellow jointly at the Harvard Data Science Initiative and the Center for the Environment. I received my PhD in Agriculture and Resource Economics from UC Berkeley in 2019.

My group develops and applies new methods to empirically estimate anthropogenic impacts on climate and, in turn, on global socio-environmental systems. I'm particularly fascinated by how light, water, and temperature jointly determine crop growth and how high resolution imagery can be used to measure socio-environmental conditions.

If you are interested in joining my research group, please contact me. I'm looking to accept graduate students this winter to start in the Fall of 2024.

If you are interested in learning some of the techniques used in my research, please consider taking my course on spatial data analysis and remote sensing this spring.

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