Profile portrait of the Data Services Coordinator, Carlos Ramirez Reyes

Carlos Ramirez-Reyes, Ph.D.

Data Services Coordinator Remote Sensing and GIS data, Reproducible data analysis and visualization in R

Summary

As the Data Services Coordinator, I work with students, faculty and staff across campus in all aspects of research data management: from project planning to data archiving. I provide consultations on data literacy, research data lifecycle, data manipulation, data visualization, and reproducible analysis in R.  Given my background in quantitative, interdisciplinary science, landscape ecology and land systems, I also provide support in GIS and Remote Sensing research projects.

Education

Ph.D. Forestry, University of Wisconsin-Madison

M.S. Applied Ecology, University of Poitiers, France

B.S. Biology, National Autonomous University of Mexico


Selected Publications

  • Zarba, L., Piquer-Rodríguez, M. and other authors including Ramirez-Reyes, C. 2022. Mapping and characterizing social-ecological land systems of South America. Ecology and Society 27(2): 27 https://doi.org/10.5751/ES-13066-270227
  • Ramirez-Reyes, C., Nazeri, M., Jones-Farrand, D. T., Street, G., Vilella, F. and Evans, K. 2021. Embracing ensemble species distribution models to inform at-risk species status assessments. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 12: 98–111. https://doi.org/10.3996/JFWM-20-072
  • Ramirez-Reyes, C., Brauman, K., Chaplin-Kramer, R., Galford, G., et al.  2019. Reimagining the potential of earth observations for ecosystem services assessment. Science of the Total Environment 665: 1053-1063 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2019.02.150
  • Ramirez-Reyes, C., Potapov, P., Sims, K., and Radeloff, V.C. 2018 Payment for ecosystem services in Mexico reduce forest fragmentation. Ecological Applications 28(8): 1982-1997 https://doi.org/10.1002/eap.1753
  • Ramirez-Reyes, C., Bateman, B. L., and Radeloff, V. C. 2016. Effects of habitat suitability and minimum patch size thresholds on the assessment of landscape connectivity for jaguars in the Sierra Gorda, Mexico. Biological Conservation 204(B): 296–305 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biocon.2016.10.020