Mark Easter

Mark Easter is a Senior Research Associate at the Natural Resource Ecology laboratory. His work focuses on greenhouse gas inventories and greenhouse gas decision support systems in agriculture and forestry. Mark contributed analysis to multiple IPCC reports on greenhouse gas inventory methods, and has contributed to national-level inventories of greenhouse gas emissions from agriculture and forestry in the United States, Brazil, Kenya, Jordan, India, Spain, and Italy. He is the project coordinator for the COMET-Farm project and technical lead for the Carbon Benefits Project, and collaborates on the COMET-Planner project. Mark has been working on greenhouse gas inventories and decision support systems since 1999, and it remains a principal focus in his work. He earned a M.S. in Botany with an emphasis in Physiological Ecology at the University of Vermont in 1991, and a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Purdue University in 1982.

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