Dr. Douglas Fuller
Dr. Douglas Fuller is Chairperson and Associate Professor in the Department of Geography and Regional Studies and co-teaches in the Ecosystem Science and Policy program. He specializes in remote sensing, biogeography, and climate change and uses imagery from weather and other satellites to map and monitor patterns of forest fragmentation, tropical deforestation, wildfires, invasive species, and other phenomena related to human impacts on the biosphere. Dr. Fuller received his Ph.D. from University of Maryland.
- Fuller, D.O. “Canopy phenology of some mopane and miombo woodlands in eastern Zambia,” Global Ecology and Biogeography, 8 (1999): 199-210.
- Fuller, D.O., T.C. Jessup, and A. Salim. “Forest loss in Kalimantan, Indonesia since the 1997 El Nino event,” Conservation Biology, 18 (2004): 249-254.
- Fuller, D.O. and K. Murphy. “The ENSO-fire dynamic in insular Southeast Asia,” Climatic Change, 74 (2006): 435-455.
- Fuller, D.O., A. Troyo and J.C. Beier. “El Niño Southern Oscillation and vegetation dynamics as predictors of dengue fever cases in Costa Rica.” Environmental Research Letters 4 (2009) 014011.
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