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Title & Affiliation(s):
- Professor, Dept. of Biology & Environmental Science & Engineering., University of Texas at El Paso
- Director, Environmental Science & Engineering Program, University of Texas at El Paso
Primary Research Interests:
- Climate change, Arctic and Antarctic ecology, desert ecology, biogeochemical cycling, plant phenology and primary productivity, plant-animal interactions, land use and land cover change, biocomplexity, landscape ecology, remote sensing, ecological modeling and disturbance ecology.
- Laney CM, Pennington DD, Tweedie CE. 2015. Filling the gaps: sensor network use and data sharing practices in ecological research. Front. Ecol. Environ. 13:363-368.
- Browning DM, Karl JW, Morin D, Richardson AD, Tweedie CE. 2017. Phenocams bridge the gap between field and satellite observations in an arid grassland ecosystem. Remote Sens. 9: 1071.
- Ramirez G, Tweedie CE, Ochoa E. 2018. Digital imaging and analysis system for use in extreme weather conditions. US patent 16/028,348,2018.
- Lara MJ, Lin DH, Andresen C, Lougheed VL, Tweedie CE. 2019. Nutrient release from permafrost thaw enhances CH4 emissions from Arctic tundra wetlands. J Geophys Res-Biogeo. 124: 1560-1573.
- Reuss-Schmidt K, Levy P, Oechel W, Tweedie CE, Wilson C, Zona D. 2019. Understanding spatial variability of methane fluxes in Arctic wetlands through footprint modelling. Environ Res Lett. 14. 125010
- Steering Committee Member: Polar Geospatial Center, University of Minnesota
- Review Committee: International Arctic Science Committee (2006-2016)
- Workshop Organizing Committee: NSF Arctic Logistics Workshop (2013)
- Blue Ribbon Panel: National Academy of Sciences: Toward & integrated Arctic Observing Network
- Student Mentor: Association for Polar Early Career Scientists (APECS)