Paul C Selmants

Terrestrial ecosystem scientist interested in forests, carbon and climate change. I use remote sensing, data synthesis and simulation modeling to quantify the influence of human activities on ecosystem carbon balance at regional to continental scales.

Biography

Education:
2007     Ph.D. Forest Science, Northern Arizona University 
2000     M.S. Botany, University of Wyoming 
1996     B.S. Botany, Miami University of Ohio

Appointments:
2016-      Research Physical Scientist, U.S. Geological Survey
2014-16  Affiliate Faculty, University of Hawaii at Hilo 
2012-16  Research Faculty, University of Hawaii at Manoa
2008-11  Postdoc, University of California, Santa Cruz
2007-08  Postdoc, Northern Arizona University

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