Anna frog
PhD Student

Anna’s research interests lie at the intersection of math and ecology. She is fascinated by abstracting patterns observed in nature to hone in on general ecological theories. Anna studies how forest communities respond to habitat fragmentation. Her research focuses on modeling Eucalyptus forest growth dynamics in a fragmented landscape as well as using remote sensing methods to model the mechanisms through which forest canopy structure drives ecosystem function. Anna is co-advised by Dr. Melbourne.