- Ph.D. Bio-Environmental Engineering University of Nebraska, Lincoln, 1982
- B.S. Atmospheric Science University of California, Davis, 1977
Biometeorology, biosphere-atmosphere trace gas fluxes
Our research approach involves the coordinated use of experimental measurements and theoretical models to understand the physical, biological, and chemical processes that control trace gas fluxes between the biosphere and atmosphere and to quantify their temporal and spatial variations. The spatial scales of this work ranges from the dimension of a leaf through the depth of plant canopies and the planetary boundary layer and the horizontal extent of landscapes. The temporal aspect of this work ranges from seconds through hours, days, seasons and years.
More information can be found in the Biometeorology Lab website.
Office: 345 Hilgard Hall
Office Phone: 510-642-2874
Dept of Environmental Science, Policy, & Management
130 Mulford Hall #3114
Berkeley, CA 94720