Associate Research Scientist, Environment and Sustainability, Intermittent Lecturer in Environment and Sustainability, School for Environment and Sustainability and Intermittent Lecturer in Biological Station, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts
Environment and Sustainability
Kathleen Bergen is an ecologist and remote sensing scientist who combines field data and methods with remotely sensed and other geospatial data to study the pattern and process of landscape ecosystems. She also strives to build bridges between science and management and to work on collaborative projects. Her research interests focuses on the recognition of the increasing impact of humans on critical landscape ecosystem pattern, process, as well as relationships of environment to human and ecosystem health. These impacts can be studied at different spatial scales using remote sensing and spatial analysis.