My research focuses on urban forestry and socio-ecological interactions in urban environments, with an emphasis on human health, well-being, climate change, and equity. I employ mixed methods approaches, as appropriate to the research project, and have expertise ranging from spatial analysis and machine learning to qualitative interview analysis and survey design. I am currently examining (1) the relationship between greenness exposure and public health outcomes in urban environments, with a focus on spatio-temporal metrics and climate change; 2) urban forest governance and resilience to social and ecological stresses; and 3) urban green equity in multicultural cities.
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