Thanks for stopping by! I am a Ph.D. student in the Quantitative Global Change Lab, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of Toronto. Click the links above to see some of the projects that I am currently involved in.
We recently had a workshop to brainstorm ideas to make our department more inclusive. This activity was organized in response to the recent surge in movements claiming for social justice, in particular for Black communities (#BlackLivesMatter). We were asked to think of changes in practices that could increase the diversity of the department as a … Continue reading Merit. Based.
In a recent paper in Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation, we developed a method to estimate animal density in three dimensions. We were inspired by the work of Marcus Rowcliffe, who applied a Random Encounter Model to estimate density of unmarked animals detected by camera-traps . Instead of using a capture-recapture framework in which … Continue reading Remote sensing in 3D, the math behind the scenes