I am an Adjunct Professor of Biology at the University of New Mexico, in Albuquerque, where I sometimes teach a course in Biological Statistics. I also own a small data analysis company. My background includes basic biology and ecology, computer programming, and modeling. Research areas include forest ecology and management, invasive species, and ecological networks. Professional interests include environmental impact studies, ecosystem restoration, and spatial analysis, and visualization. I have taught courses in Biological Statistics, Ecological Modeling, and Field Methods in Biodiversity in the US and Canada.