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Center Director, North Central Climate Science CenterContact Info
Jeff is currently the director of the DOI North Central Climate Science Center; which is working to provide the best available climate science to natural and cultural resource managers in the region. Some of his existing research includes large-scale species habitat mapping and work on land surface phenology estimates from satellite data.
His prior positions include branch head of the Invasive Species Science Branch and the assistant center director for science at the USGS Fort Collins Science Center. Before transferring to the USGS in 2008, he was at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center for ten years and in 2007 served a year-long detail at NASA Headquarters working in the Applied Sciences Program.
Jeff received a B.A. degree from Siena Heights University in Adrian Michigan, an M.S. degree in Statistics from Oakland University in Rochester, Michigan and a PhD. from North Carolina State University. He also attended the International Space University's Summer Program, Vienna, in 1996. In 2006 he won NOAA’s National “David Johnson Award for Outstanding Innovative Use of Earth Observation Satellite Data”.
PublicationsPlease see Google Scholar profile for up-to-date list of publications. [Link]
My Science Topics
My USGS Science Strategy AreasUnderstanding Ecosystems & Predicting Ecosystems Change
Climate Variability & Change
Climate Science for Resource Management
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