Research conducted in the Brazilian Atlantic Forest, a threatened tropical forested ecosystem, shows that young regenerating forests may have short lifespans, which has serious implications for restoration efforts in tropical regions. Click on the link below to know more!

Our research using AI was featured again in the Columbia University News Portal, click on the link below to know more:

https://news.columbia.edu/news/combating-climate-change-artificial-intelligence

Discover more about the use of high resolution imagery to quantify hurricane Maria damage on Puerto Rican Forests accessing the link below:

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2018/12/181210105355.htm

New remote sensing technologies allow for an unprecedented approach to quantify the damage of hurricanes on tropical forests. Prof. Uriarte is collaborating with NASA researchers on a project using high resolution Lidar imagery to quantify the damage of hurricane Maria on Puerto Rican forests at very fine scales.. Want to know more? Just access the link below:

https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2018-07/nsfc-nsh071118.php

 

Would you like to know how the Uriarte Lab is using Artificial Intelligence to model disturbance in tropical forests? Click on the link below!

https://blogs.ei.columbia.edu/2018/06/05/artificial-intelligence-climate-environment/