I work at Stanford Earth with Prof. Robert Jackson, the Global Carbon Project, and the international community of eddy-covariance scientists (FLUXNET), on a global synthesis of wetland methane emissions. My background is in terrestrial and wetland biogeochemistry, with a focus on trace gas flux measurement and isotope analyses. More recently, I've become interested in the use of machine learning applied to predictive modeling of the global carbon cycle.

Professional Education

  • Bachelor of Science, University Of Stirling (2010)
  • Doctor of Philosophy, University of California Berkeley (2016)