Disentangling the effects of scale on ecological drivers shaping forest ecosystems and functions
Open Software to harness challenges of Global Change
Openly available surveys of hundreds of million individual trees
Tutorials and classes of Computer Vision, Statistical and Machine Learning
Sergio Marconi is a Post-Doc researcher at University of Florida, interested in cross-scale patterns and ecological processes that shape forest ecosystems structure, functions and diversity. His work focuses on developing machine and statistical learning methods to leverage the ecological information held in remote sensing and field big datasets.
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PhD in Interdisciplinary Ecology, 2020
University of Florida
MSc in Forest and Environmental Science, 2014
University of Tuscia