Brooke Rose is a postdoctoral research scholar at SDSU. She recently received her PhD in Plant Biology at the University of California Riverside. Her research explores how geography influences plant vulnerability to global change and how decisions made when forecasting potential vulnerability can influence conservation prioritization outcomes.
She is one of the developers for flexsdm, an R package for supporting a comprehensive and flexible species distribution modelling workflow.
Ph.D in Plant Biology, 2023
University of California-Riverside
M.S. in Geography, 2019
University of Tennessee, Knoxville
B.S. in Environmental Science, 2016