I am currently a spatial data scientist specializing in operations research, GIS, and spatial statistics research and applications. I've worked on forestry problems, competitive retail and logistics problems, GIS and data analysis, and customer segmentation problems. I've obtained Small Business Innovative Research Grants from the National Science Foundation, have developed a growth and forecast model for a growing retailer, and work in applied GIS in local government. I obtained my BS in Physical Geography in 2006, my MA in 2008, and PhD in 2014 - all from UC Santa Barbara.
Addressing risks and uncertainty in forest land use modeling (2019)
Characterizing Habitat Elements and Their Distribution over Several Spatial Scales: The Case of the Fisher (2017)
The disruptive anti-covering location problem (2015)
Structure of Fisher (Pekania pennanti) Habitat in a Managed Forest in an Interior Northern California Coast Range (2015)
Saving the forest by reducing fire severity: selective fuels treatment location and scheduling (2015)
Modeling the potential for critical habitat (2015)