about me

I am a quantitative, data-driven geomorphologist with current work centered on two topics:

  1. Machine Learning & Geomorphology — How can we use machine learning to help understand and predict the dynamics of geomorphic systems? How can machine learning be integrated with geomorphology models?
  2. Human-Landscape Systems  — What are the signatures of human-landscape couplings? How do these systems fail and recover? 

Thus far I work primarily in coastal landscapes, using techniques from machine learning, nonlinear dynamics, numerical modeling, data-driven science, and scientific computing to address these topics. You can check out some my research here.

I also maintain a blog dedicated to my growing interest in scholarly communication in the earth sciences.