Rose Abramoff

Rose Abramoff is a Research Scholar at the Ronin Institute. She is interested in climate change, biogeochemistry, land management and forest ecology. She uses experiments, syntheses, and modeling studies to understand human effects on land carbon sequestration and other ecosystem services at a variety of scales. She has developed the soil biogeochemical models DAMM-MCNiP and the Millennial model, as well as statistical and machine learning models of land ecosystem properties. She has worked in mid-latitude temperate ecosystems, high-latitude Arctic ecosystems, mediterranean forests, and agricultural fields.

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