Resilience

Causes and Processes of Dryland Vegetation Memory

Throughout this project, I aim to identify underlying causes - biological and abiotic - to the striking patterns of vegetation memory I identified in a previous project.

BIOlogical response RATES to current rates of environmental changes

My PhD project is a part of this greater research framework within which my colleagues and I investigate how species compositions and interactions are shaped.

Effects of Biological Extinctions across Scales and Trophic Levels

My PhD project and its working packages.

Vegetation Memory across Global Dryland Regions

Vegetation memory has been proposed as a proxy for ecosystem resilience. Here, I investigate how well this proxy captures processes of vegetation performance.

Vegetation memory effects and their association with vegetation resilience in global drylands

Expanding on my M.Sc. thesis by applying my vegetation memory framework to global drylands.

Intrinsic vegetation memory as a proxy of engineering resilience may be an oversimplification.

A poster about my recent vegetation memory in global dryland research I presented at ISEC 2020.

Identifying Ecological Memory Patterns in Drylands Using Remote Sensing and State-of-the-art Climate Reanalysis Products

A presentation about my recent vegetation memory in global dryland research I presented and won some awards for at ISEM 2019.

Intrinsic vegetation memory as a proxy of engineering resilience may be an oversimplification.

A poster about my recent vegetation memory in global dryland research I presented and won some awards for at ISEM 2019.

Inferring Vegetation Memory from Remote Sensing Data using novel Climate Reconstruction Products

The defense of my [M.Sc](/publication/journal-article/m.sc._inferring-vegetation-memory-from-remote-copy/) thesis.

Inferring Vegetation Memory from Remote Sensing Data using novel Climate Reconstruction Products

My M.Sc. thesis at the University of Bergen.