Serbin is a scientist in the Environmental and Climate Sciences Department at Brookhaven National Laboratory. He is broadly trained in forest ecology, plant physiology, ecosystem science, and remote sensing. Serbin’s research focuses on the use of in-situ observations, multi-scale remote sensing data, and process model-data integration to study terrestrial ecosystem carbon, water, and energy cycling; vegetation dynamics; and land-atmosphere interactions. His research spans several global biomes and leverages a number of tools including spectroscopy and novel quantitative methods, which he uses to effectively scale process knowledge.
Affiliation / Org:
National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON)