NEW PAPER: "Threats of future climate change and land use to vulnerable tree species native to Southern California" released in Environmental Conservation
A paper discussing the threats of climate and land use change on vulnerable tree species in California was recently released in the Journal of Environmental Conservation (2013 impact factor 2.32). The studies lead author is Erin C. Riordan (PhD UCLA, Post Doc UC Berkeley) and is co-authored by Tom Gillespie (UCLA Department of Geography), Lincoln H Pitcher (UCLA Department of Geography), Stephanie Pincetl (UCLA Institute of the Environment and Sustainability), Darrel Jenerette (Department of Botany and Plant Sciences, UC Riverside) and Diane Pataki (Department of Biology, The University of Utah).
ERIN C. RIORDAN, THOMAS W. GILLESPIE, LINCOLN PITCHER, STEPHANIE S. PINCETL, G. DARREL JENERETTE and DIANE E. PATAKI. Threats of future climate change and land use to vulnerable tree species native to Southern California. Environmental Conservation, available on CJO2014. doi:10.1017/S0376892914000265.
My name is Lincoln H Pitcher. I am a graduate student in the Department of Geography at UCLA. My research focuses hydrologic and cryospheric systems and interfaces with emerging ground, air and spaceborne remote sensing and geospatial technologies. I aim to use these emerging technologies to enhance understanding of remote and logistically inaccessible places. My current research focuses on both Greenland and Arctic Alaska.