PhD , Geophysics, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UC San Diego , 2008
BA, Mathematics , Dartmouth College, 2003
I work for the International Institute of Tropical Forestry doing statistics and modeling. My work in the LCZO and Puerto Rico is in hydrologic modeling, land cover change, climate change, cloud heights, and wildfire prediction. My other research interests are inverse problems, magnetotellurics, and glaciers.
Hurricane Maria in the US Caribbean: Disturbance Forces, Variation of Effects, and Implications for Future Storms. Van Beusekom, A.E. Álvarez-Berríos N.L. Gould W.A., Quiñones M. González, G. (2018): Remote sensing
Analyzing cloud base at local and regional scales to understand tropical montane cloud forest vulnerability to climate change . Ashley E. Van Beusekom, Grizelle González, and Martha A. Scholl (2016): Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics
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