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I am a Research Fellow funded by Harvard's Solar Geoengineering Research Program (SGRP) and I work in the McColl lab at the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences. My reasearch interest lies in the nexus of climate-land-ecosystems-society. My current work focuses on quantifying the impact of climate change and solar geoengineering on ecosystems and society, including forests, agriculture and human health. This is part of the effort to bridge the gap between the communities of climate modeling and ecosystem studies towards better understanding the effects of solar geoengineering on nature and society.
I have experience in studying vegetation dynamics and carbon, nutrient, water and energy cycles of ecosystems across temperate, tropical and the Arctic regions. I use remote sensing, ecosystem modelling and Earth system modeling as main research tools, with model developments, for better monitoring and modelling terrestrial ecosystem processes and land-atmosphere interactions.
- SOLAR GEOENGINEERING CAN HELP SAFEGUARD CROP YIELDS FROM CLIMATE CHANGE-New study uses NCAR-based crop model
- Protecting crops by reflecting the sunlight
- Model shows solar geoengineering may be surprisingly effective in alleviating impacts of global warming on crops
- Solar geoengineering can alleviate climate change pressures on crop yields
- Overview of the Norwegian Earth System Model (NorESM2) and key climate response of CMIP6 DECK, historical, and scenario simulations
- Modeled microbial dynamics explain the apparent temperature sensitivity of wetland methane emissions