Dr Ted Feldpausch
My research and teaching focuses on tropical forest and savanna ecology, with an emphasis on understanding the drivers of vegetation dynamics and structure, the effect of changing climate on carbon and nutrient cycling and storage, and how disturbance and forest degradation, including natural processes and anthropogenic conversion, affect long-term vegetation function. Externally, I am an affiliated professor at the National Institute for Amazonian Research (INPA), Brazil.
Broad research specialisms:
Tropical forest ecology; Amazonia and Africa; Land-cover, land-use change; Forest disturbance, degradation, and recovery; Logging; Forest-climate interactions; Fire; Terrestrial carbon and nutrient cycling
PhD, MSc (Cornell University)
BSc (Michigan State University)
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University of Exeter