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Tristan Quaife moves to Exeter University

Continuing work on applications of remote sensing data into ecosystem models

Tristan Quaife moves to Exeter University

Dr. Tristan Quaife is to take up a lectureship at the University of Exeter (Falmouth Campus) in October. He came to UCL Geography from Swansea University in 2002 to work in the NERC Centre for Terrestrial Carbon Dynamics (CTCD) and subsequently the NERC National Centre for Earth Observation (NCEO). He has developed new techniques for assimilating remote sensing data into ecosystem models, to constrain and improve their predictions of terrestrial carbon dynamics, and developed our understanding of the impact of uncertainty in both models and data on carbon fluxes. He will continue to collaborate with UCL colleagues in his new post.

 

  • T. Quaife, P. Lewis, M. DE Kauwe, M. Williams, B. Law, M. Disney, P. Bowyer (2008), Assimilating Canopy Reflectance data into an Ecosystem Model with an Ensemble Kalman Filter, Remote Sensing of Environment, 112(4),1347-1364.

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