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Population Dynamics of Bat Species Impacted by White-nose Syndrome in the Northeastern United States Katherine's research integrates population biology, conservation biology, and disease ecology to try to understand how bat populations in the Northeast have been impacted by white-nose syndrome, a...
Transfers of Carbon and Alkalinity from Terrestrial and Estuarine Sources to the Coastal Ocean The marine carbonate system is expected to be impacted by increasing atmospheric carbon dioxide and subsequent acidification. 
UAS and LiDAR Mapping of Forest Edge Habitat in New Hampshire New Hampshire forests provide a number of invaluable services such as protection of our water resources, habitat for numerous species of wildlife, and play an important role in carbon sequestration.
Unmanned Aerial System (UAS, or drone) Spatial Analysis for Natural Resources Ben evaluates the application effectiveness and certainty (accuracy) of Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS, UAV, or drone) for ecological monitoring.
Improving Stream Restoration: Developing Methods to Evaluate the Ecological Condition of Streams Using Small Unmanned Aerial Systems and Close-Range Remote Sensing Techniques
Soil Microbial Ecology and Biogeochemistry Amanda has been enthusiastically working to forward understanding of soil microbe-driven biogeochemical processes and enhance the sustainability of agroecosystems.
Methane (CH4) flux dynamics in subarctic peatland thaw ponds using field and remote sensing techniques at Stordalen Mire in Northern Sweden.
Research Topic Spatially Explicit Genetic Capture-Recapture Density Estimation and Population Modeling to Guide New England Cottontail Restoration An enormous conservation effort has been ongoing since 2008 on behalf of the New England cottontail, consisting of habitat creation and restoration,...
I received my bachelor's degree in Business Administration from Paul College at UNH in 2018. While I was in Paul I focused on finance and marketing. I first became interested in analytics after taking Marketing Analytics my senior year.
Carbon dynamics in river networks: How human impacts on the natural environment affect the biogeochemical functioning of aquatic systems.
I received my Bachelor of Science from UNH in Health Management and Policy in 2015. I then started my career in the insurance industry which led to an analyst role in I.T. This position allowed me to see first-hand the importance of data-driven decision making, as I was the liaison between business...
After completing the program, Joanna found employment as a Lecturer for the UNH Analytics and Data Science Graduate School. Joanna's Background My background is in biological oceanography. I have a B.A. in biology from Cornell University, an M.S. in marine and atmospheric science from SUNY Stony...