Our research group uses a suite of tools to investigate human-environment interactions. We focus on a wide array of research topics ranging from exploration of hydro-climatic and air quality impacts associated with urban environments and potential adaptation and mitigation strategies that may be implemented to offset this anthropogenic forcing.
We are an inherently interdisciplinary group that also addresses environmental consequences (e.g., on climate and hydrology) of renewable energy expansion by integrating across physical, agricultural, and socioeconomic elements.
We use climate models, remote sensing data in concert with cloud-based geospatial tools, and in situ weather/climate observations to assist us in better understanding of human-environment interactions. Ultimately, our key objective is to aid discovery of solutions focused on improving humanity.
Our work is funded by: