Monday, January 26, 2015, 12:00PM - 1:00PM
ARC room 620
Dr. Elmendorf is both a creator and consumer of long-term ecological datasets from distributed sites. In her day job, she works as a staff scientist at NEON in the data products group, working with scientists and software engineers on automated workflows for database ingest, qa/qc, processing, and data/metadata publication of NEON data. In her own personal research, she thinks creatively about how to synthesize the wealth of data already collected by ecologists to answer broad-scale questions about climate change impacts, with a (most-of-the-time) focus on tundra plants.
Free and open to the public.