David Shaner LeBauer
Director of Data Science, Arizona Experiment Station
College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, University of Arizona
My scientific interests are focused on biogeochemistry and nutrient cycling in agricultural and other managed ecosystems. I utilize field observations and experimental results to develop and evaluate ecophysiological models. I also use models to predict how carbon, nitrogen, and water cycles will be affected by global change and agriculture. I apply knowledge of these interactions to support development and management of efficient and sustainable ecosystems.
office: Bioscience Research Labs Room 207
mail: P.O. Box 21042, Tucson, AZ, 85721-0242, U.S.A.
PhD, Earth System Science, UC Irvine
MS, Agriculture and Ecology, UC Davis
BS, Biology, conc. Ecology, Duke University
- TERRA Reference: Data and Computing for Plant Phenotyping
- PEcAn Project: Framework for Ecosystem Simulation and Analysis
- BETYdb: Plant Trait and Yield Database