Carrie Levine

Dr. Levine’s research seeks to inform understanding of the impacts of forest disturbance and forest restoration on ecosystem structure and function. Her research employs a variety of experimental, observational, and reconstructed data to investigate changes in the structure and function of California forests over time as a result of the legacies of fire suppression and land use history, and her work addressing methods for quantifying baseline forest conditions has been used to inform decision making regarding restoration actions in California forests. Dr. Levine received a PhD from the University of California, Berkeley. Before joining SIG, she was a postdoctoral researcher at the University of California, Davis and a lead scientist at Conservation Science Partners.



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