I am an environmental economist and scientist with a background in agronomy, climate science, remote sensing and machine learning.


I am currently 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. 

I develop and apply 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.


jproctor1@fas.harvard.edu


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