Gerald V. Frost, Ph.D. Senior Scientist

  • Plant Ecology
  • Landscape Ecology
  • Permafrost Science
  • Remote Sensing

Gerald (J.J.) Frost has a multidisciplinary research background focused on boreal forest and Arctic tundra ecosystems, with sixteen years of field experience in Alaska and western Siberia.

J.J.’s recent work has focused on vegetation classification and mapping, plant-landform-soil relationships, landscape change detection, long-term monitoring of vegetation and permafrost, and habitat-use relationships for breeding birds. He has substantial expertise in integrating field-based information with a variety of modern, and historical remote-sensing data sources to elucidate current ecosystem conditions and long-term change.

J.J. received his Ph.D. from the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, VA.



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