Professor Uriarte was a guest on the Sweaty Penguin to discuss how El Yunque National Forest in Puerto Rico, the only tropical forest in the U.S., responded to Hurricane Maria in 2017. See below to listen to the episode and learn more:

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:

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!

A recent paper published in Environmental Research Letters showed regrown tropical forests may have short lifespans. Click on the link below to know more! (in portuguese)

Our lab’s latest paper published on Scientific Reports was featured on Science News. Access 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

Check out in this recent piece in the NY TIMES (link below) to know more how our lab is using Artificial Intelligence and machine learning to learn how different tree species are affected by hurricanes in Puerto Rico.