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Dr Tommaso Jucker

Dr Tommaso Jucker

Dr Tommaso Jucker
PhD, MSc, BSc

Research Fellow

Area of research

Forest and Global Change

Office 303
Life Sciences Building,
24 Tyndall Avenue, Bristol BS8 1TQ
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+44 (0) 117 39 41314

Summary

Biography

 

I am a NERC Independent Research Fellow and Lecturer in the School of Biological Sciences at the University of Bristol. Before arriving in Bristol I was a Research Scientist at CSIRO in Australia, which I joined after completing a PostDoc and a PhD at the University of Cambridge.

‚ÄčBrief CV

2019 onwards – NERC Research Fellow and Lecturer, University of Bristol

2017-19 – Research Scientist, CSIRO

2015-17 – Postdoc, University of Cambridge

2011-15 – PhD, University of Cambridge

Activities / Findings

We study the processes that shape the strucure, composition and function of the world's forests to better understand how these ecosystems are responding to rapid environmental change. We do this using a range of different approaches, including manipulative experiments, large-scale datasets, remote sensing and modelling. Our goal is to get a more accurate picture of what forests will look like in the future and what consequences this will have for climate, biodiversity and the billion or so people whose livelihoods depend on these ecosystems.

Keywords

  • Forest Ecology
  • Ecosystem Functioning
  • Carbon Cycling
  • Remote Sensing
  • Tree Architecture
  • Biodiversity Conservation

Methodologies

  • Remote Sensing
  • Tree rings
  • Manipulative Experiments
  • Statistical Modelling

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Recent publications

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