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Quentin is a spatial and community ecologist who came to SESYNC to work on quantifying the ecological and environmental impacts of food waste throughout the U.S. supply chain. In the past, he has studied the environmental and spatial factors predicting species diversity, and how local communities of species respond differently to climate change and species loss. He is excited about using big open data and working with spatially explicit Bayesian statistical models. Please see his website for more information on his publications and research interests.
|A systems approach to assessing environmental and economic effects of food loss and waste interventions in the United States||
Jun 17, 2019
Article published in Science of the Total Environment
|Fungal colonization of plant roots is resistant to nitrogen addition and resilient to dominant species losses||
Mar 13, 2019
Article published in Ecosphere.