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Terrestrial ecosystems can interact with our planet's climate through breathing in and out of CO2 by photosynthesis and respiration. My primary research interests are to quantify these exchanges and understand their sensitivity to CO2, climate, and land cover change. My PhD and Postdoc used aircraft and satellite observations with carbon models to quantify CO2 exchanges between land and atmosphere, and track CO2 movement through cloudy weather systems. My current research seeks focuses on terrestrial carbon climate feedbacks across urban and non-regions, including the Arctic, tropics, and megacities.