Research Expertise and Interest
forests, climate change, trees, tropical forests, remote sensing, Drought, hurricanes, fires
Jeffrey Q. Chambers is a Professor of Geography at UC Berkeley, and a Faculty Scientist in the Climate & Ecosystem Sciences Division(link is external) at Berkeley Lab. His research is focused on terrestrial ecosystem ecology, forests and climate change, disturbance and recovery processes, and land-atmosphere interactions. Methods employed to address research questions include ecological and physiological field measurements, remote sensing analyses, and simulation modeling to codify knowledge and develop regional projections. He has more than 25 years of forest research experience, including current activities in Puerto Rico, Panama, the Brazilian Amazon, and California.