YCRC staff member and research scientist, Giuseppe Amatulli, provides assistance for research projects in spatial science applied to forestry and environmental issues. He provides spatial data analysis support for ongoing research projects in biodiversity science and conservation undertaken by Yale faculty and students and works with professors, postdocs and students to support geospatial biodiversity analyses including statistical analysis, development of automated procedures and code. In addition to consultations, Giuseppe provides training in spatial biodiversity analysis.
For support or questions, email Giuseppe at firstname.lastname@example.org or drop in during his “Officeless” hours. “Officeless” hours are held at the Center for Science and Social Science Information in the lower level of Kline Biology Tower, on Wednesday from 9am to 12pm.