My project aims to further the mechanistic understanding of tree species interactions and their consequences for tree growth, resilience to biotic stressors and above- and belowground carbon sequestration. This, to investigate the efficacy of mixed-species forestry as a viable management alternative in the face of climatic, biotic and social volatility. Using high-resolution data from a global network of tree diversity experiments allows for the assesement of general trends as well as the context dependency of effects.
PhD representative for SLU´s environmental monitoring and assesment (EMA/FOMAN) at the NJ faculty and board member of the National Commission of Fast-Growing Trees in Sweden.
Master´s degree in forest science and management, SLU, 2019.
Master´s thesis: Above- and belowground carbon stocks and effects of enrichment planting in a tropical secondary lowland dipterocarp rainforest.