Darren Drewry

Carbon Cycle and Ecosystems Group, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Darren Drewry is a Research Scientist in the Carbon Cycle and Ecosystems Group at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory. His research interests center on understanding the interactions of terrestrial vegetation with climate, and the associated implications for ecological and hydrological resources, biodiversity and human health. His research integrates a variety of in-situ and remote sensing observations with detailed, mechanistic models of the coupled atmosphere - vegetation - soil system.

Darren’s academic background includes a B.S. in Physics from Virginia Tech, a Masters degree in Computer Science from the University of Virginia, and a Ph.D. in Civil and Environmental Engineering from Duke University, where he was a NASA Global Change Graduate Student Fellow. He has performed post-doctoral research in the Hydrosystems Laboratory of the University of Illinois, and at the Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry as a National Science Foundation International Research Fellow.

Prior to graduate work, Darren spent two years in Mauritania, West Africa as a Peace Corps volunteer. There he worked on rural agricultural and water resources projects in a small Pulaar village on the Mauritania–Senegal border.

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