June Skeeter

Sessional Lecturer (Term 1)
location_on GEOG 144

About

Program: PhD
Supervisor: Greg Henry and Andreas Christen
Hometown: Salisbury, Maryland, USA
I am a non-binary geographer, researcher, and educator and my pronouns are they/them/theirs.  I have been living as an uninvited guest on unceded Coast Salish Territory since 2015 and (will soon receive) a PhD in Geography from the University of British Columbia in 2022.  My research focuses on using micrometeorology, remote sensing, spatial analysis, and machine learning to understand ecosystem-scale carbon fluxes.  I am particularly interested in climate feedback mechanisms which either exacerbate or help mitigate climate change.


Teaching


June Skeeter

Sessional Lecturer (Term 1)
location_on GEOG 144

About

Program: PhD
Supervisor: Greg Henry and Andreas Christen
Hometown: Salisbury, Maryland, USA
I am a non-binary geographer, researcher, and educator and my pronouns are they/them/theirs.  I have been living as an uninvited guest on unceded Coast Salish Territory since 2015 and (will soon receive) a PhD in Geography from the University of British Columbia in 2022.  My research focuses on using micrometeorology, remote sensing, spatial analysis, and machine learning to understand ecosystem-scale carbon fluxes.  I am particularly interested in climate feedback mechanisms which either exacerbate or help mitigate climate change.


Teaching


June Skeeter

Sessional Lecturer (Term 1)
location_on GEOG 144

Program: PhD
Supervisor: Greg Henry and Andreas Christen
Hometown: Salisbury, Maryland, USA
I am a non-binary geographer, researcher, and educator and my pronouns are they/them/theirs.  I have been living as an uninvited guest on unceded Coast Salish Territory since 2015 and (will soon receive) a PhD in Geography from the University of British Columbia in 2022.  My research focuses on using micrometeorology, remote sensing, spatial analysis, and machine learning to understand ecosystem-scale carbon fluxes.  I am particularly interested in climate feedback mechanisms which either exacerbate or help mitigate climate change.