Daniel Bampoh

My current research interests include but are not limited to questions at the nexus of human-natural coupled systems. As part of the Global Land-Ecosystem Modelling group, I collaborate with colleagues to synchronize and optimize integrated land surface, biogeochemical, socioeconomic and climate models - to explain and predict impacts and feedback of global land use patterns on climate. 

I received my PhD in Interdisciplinary Ecological Sciences and Engineering from Purdue University. There, I developed Individual based models to examine the influence of behavior (e.g., movement, social), mortality and landscape heterogeneity on the distribution of animal-transported subsidies (i.e., ecological resource and consumer transfers across ecosystems).