David Greenberg, Ph.D.
Senior Geospatial Analyst
David Greenberg is a seasoned geospatial analyst and forest ecologist with nearly 15 years of experience analyzing, modeling, and mapping geospatial patterns in forest vegetation in seven countries. Dr. Greenberg has high-level expertise in the collection, management, analysis, and visualization of spatial data, both field-surveyed and remotely-sensed, with GPS, GIS, and R programming. His core competencies include geospatial analysis and modeling, including kriging and other forms of spatial prediction, proficiency in designing, creating, and managing spatial and non-spatial relational databases, and experience setting up, configuring, using, and training others to use high-accuracy GPS receiving systems. He is experienced with mapping many types of spatial environmental data like biomass and soil carbon, forest cover and tree species distributions, forest topography, hydrology, and solar irradiance, for multiple forest types. David holds a Ph.D. in Ecology, Evolution, and Marine Biology from University of California at Santa Barbara, and his B.A. in Biology from Skidmore College, New York.