I am a PhD student at Oregon State University under the advisement of Temesgen Hailemariam in the Forest Measurements and Biometrics Lab. My research interests revolve around LiDAR and remote sensing applications for large scale analysis of forest resources including the specifics:
Geospatial Data Processing
Before graduate school I spent two years as a timber cruiser with the Washington State Department of Natural Resources and have an interest in traditional forest measurement methods, tools, and software. I am specifically interested in how field measurements affect the conclusions we can make using remote sensing assisted forest inventories.
Huy, Bao, Nguyen Thi Tinh, Krishna Poudel, Bryce Frank, and Hailemariam Temesgen. 2019. Taxon-specific modeling systems for improving reliability of tree aboveground biomass and its components estimates in tropical dry dipterocarp forests. Forest Ecology and Management.
Mauro, Francisco, Martin Ritchie, Brian Wing, Bryce Frank, Vicente J. Monleon, Hailemariam Temesgen, and Andrew Hudak. Estimation of changes of forest structural attributes at three different spatial aggregation levels in Northern California using multitemporal LiDAR. Remote Sensing.
Mauro, Francisco, Bryce Frank, Vicente J. Monleon, Hailemariam Temesgen, and Kevin Ford. 2019. Prediction of diameter distributions and tree-lists in southwestern Oregon using LiDAR and stand-level auxiliary information. Canadian Journal of Forest Research.
Frank, Bryce, Francisco Mauro, Manuel Gomez Roux, Antonio García Abril, Ana Hernando, Hailemariam Temesgen, Kevin Ford, José Antonio Manzanera de la Vega, and Ruben Valbuena. Small Area Estimation of Forest Attributes Using LiDAR Based Unit-Level Models and Area-Level Models at Two Different Scales, 2017.