Faculty Jay Barber Associate Professor Bayesian statistics, spatial statistics, ecological and environmental applications. Logan Berner Assistant Research Professor Forest ecology, carbon cycling, climate change, satellite remote sensing, geospatial modeling Daniel Buscombe Assistant Research Professor Earth surface processes, coastal and hydraulic engineering, process sedimentology, geomorphology, spatial ecology, machine learning, probabilistic models. Founder of Marda Science (not accepting new graduate students). Chris Doughty Assistant Professor Climate change, biodiversity loss, forest carbon cycling, remote sensing. Scott Goetz Professor Ecosystem responses to environmental change, Arctic biodiversity, remote sensing. Kevin Gurney Professor Climate change, biogeochemistry, ecology, energy, science policy Deborah Huntzinger Associate Professor The carbon cycle, climate change, terrestrial biogeochemistry, modeling of land-atmosphere carbon dynamics, carbon footprint analysis Patrick Jantz Assistant Research Professor Forest canopy structure, geoinformatics, remote sensing, sustainable development. Yiqi Luo Professor Ecosystem ecology, carbon and nitrogen cycles, ecological modeling, earth system science Nicholas McKay Associate Professor Paleoclimatology, data analysis, paleoclimate informatics Joseph Mihaljevic Assistant Professor Ecological informatics, multi-pathogen communities, infectious diseases. Kiona Ogle Professor Ecological synthesis and analysis, Bayesian applications in ecology, plant and ecosystem ecology. Andrew Richardson Professor Terrestrial ecosystems, forest ecology and the carbon cycle. Ben Ruddell Professor, SICCS Director Urban ecology, complex systems, networks, macroscale ecology, hydrology and water resources, information theory, data science, food-energy-water. Richard Rushforth Assistant Research Professor Adaptive water management, socio-hydrology, water policy. Kimberly Samuels-Crow Assistant Research Professor Stable isotope geochemistry, climate change, paleoclimate, hydroclimate, science communication and outreach Temuulen "Teki" Sankey Associate Professor Remote sensing, desert plant communities, cropland distribution and change.