Ken has 30 years of experience in computer science, and in 2010 he jumped at the opportunity to join CBI's climate change research group and use that experience in addressing ecological modeling problems. Ken has worked in the US and in Europe in areas ranging from artificial intelligence to massively parallel computing, but has been happiest when using computers to help scientists solve scientific problems.
- Fire, CO2, and climate effects on modeled vegetation and carbon dynamics in western Oregon and Washington
- Mapping future fire probability under climate change: Does vegetation matter?
- Human Footprint Affects US Carbon Balance More Than Climate Change