Matthew Dannenberg

I am a physical geographer, geospatial scientist, and ecoclimatologist. I use satellites and tree rings to examine responses of terrestrial ecosystems to global change, especially in North American drylands.

American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting

 Session B43: Integrated Understanding of Climate, Carbon, Nutrient Cycles, Human Activities, and Their Interactions in Terrestrial Ecosystems

Dec 12, 2018 @ 14:00-16:00
Dec 13, 2018 @ 8:00-12:20
American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting

Automating land cover change analyses of multi-temporal satellite imagery

Date/time TBD

UPCOMING EVENTS

MY LATEST RESEARCH

A new 30-year record of land cover in the southeastern U.S. shows long-term increases in urban area at the expense of forests and croplands. 

Timing of North American land surface phenology depends on interactions between atmospheric teleconnection patterns like the Pacific-North American pattern (PNA) and the North Atlantic Oscillation (NAO), with potential for forecasting phenological timing months in advance. 

Department of Geographical and Sustainability Sciences

University of Iowa

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