My approach includes field measurements of ecological and micrometeorological data, analysis of atmospheric data, modeling, and satellite data retrievals.
Research Interests:
  • Atmospheric and Environmental Chemistry
  • Climate Modeling
  • Ecosystem Ecology
  • Global Change Research
  • Land-Atmosphere Interaction
  • Micrometeorology
  • Remote Sensing
Ecology and  Evolutionary Biology
Tulane University
6823 St. Charles Ave.
Rm# 400 Boggs Center
New Orleans, LA 70118-5698
Phone: (504) 247-1550
Fax : (504) 862-8706
Human activities have altered both land cover and the chemical composition of the atmosphere producing profound changes in the climate system. However, natural disturbances, often occurring much more rapidly than those produced by humans, can also affect the climate system.

A full understanding of the cause/effect mechanisms that link these disturbances to climate change remains elusive, mainly due to the complex interactive feedbacks of the land-atmosphere system. My research, therefore, has the following goals:

1. to understand the changes on climate and environment that result from natural and human disturbance to land cover and the chemistry of the atmosphere.

2. to understand the response of ecosystems to those changes.
Robinson Negron Juarez
Robinson Negron Juarez