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Scott Ollinger is an Associate Professor of Natural Resources in the Institute for the Study of Earth, Oceans and Space (EOS) and the Complex Systems Research Center (CCRC) at the University of New Hampshire. His research interests span a variety of topics within the fields of ecology and biogeochemistry including carbon and nitrogen cycling, forest productivity and succession, plant-soil interactions, remote sensing, ecosystem modeling and the effects of multiple environmental stressors on forests. His modeling activities have included regional analysis of forest productivity across the northeastern U.S. with particular emphasis on the effects of tropospheric ozone, nitrogen deposition, elevated CO2 and climate change. Dr. Ollinger is also involved in a multi-investigator field and remote sensing campaign in New Hampshire's White Mountain National Forest. The project is comprised of researchers from UNH and the U.S. Forest Service and is aimed at characterizing patterns of forest growth and nutrient status through the combined use of field measurements and hyperspectral remote sensing.
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