- Assistant professor
- Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
César Terrer is an assistant professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. His research focuses on some of the central questions in Earth system science and climate change research by employing a holistic view of Earth’s dynamics at a global scale, with a focus on plant-soil interactions. He synthesizes large datasets of field observations and remote-sensing data through meta-analysis, machine-learning, and other statistical approaches to better understand the global functioning of terrestrial ecosystems.
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