Mary Farina M.A.

  • Research Assistant Fellow
Mary Farina

Ms. Mary Farina contributes to biomass mapping projects using remote sensing and GIS. Prior to joining Woodwell Climate Research Center, she was a research assistant at Boston University and worked on projects related to forest ecology and global land-cover validation.

Ms. Farina earned both a B.A. in Biology and Environmental Analysis and a M.A. in Geography from Boston University.

Selected Publications

Remote Sensing of Environmental Changes in Cold Regions: Methods, Achievements and Challenges

Du, J., J.D. Watts, L. Jiang, H. Lu, X. Cheng, C. Duguay, M. Farina, Y. Qiu, Y. Kim, J.S. Kimball, and P. Tarolli. 2019. Remote Sensing 11(16). doi:10.3390/rs11161952

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Response to Comment on “Tropical forests are a net carbon source based on aboveground measurements of gain and loss”

Baccini, A., W. Walker, L. Carvalho, M. Farina, and R.A. Houghton. 2019. Science 363(6423). doi:10.1126/science.aat1205

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Tropical forests are a net carbon source based on aboveground measurements of gain and loss

Baccini, A., W. Walker, L. Carvalho, M. Farina, D. Sulla-Menashe, and R.A. Houghton. 2017. Science 358(6360). doi:10.1126/science.aam5962

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