Who we are

Emily Lines

Associate Professor in the Department of Geography, University of Cambridge. UKRI Future Leaders’ Fellow, Turing Fellow.

Harry Owen

Postdoctoral Research Associate funded by UKRI Future Leaders Fellowship.

Milto Miltiadou

Postdoctoral Research Associate funded by UKRI Future Leaders Fellowship.

Matt Allen

PhD student (2021, University of Cambridge). Detection, Classification and Prediction of Forest Mortality using Remote Sensing and Machine Learning.

Funding: AI4ER CDT.

Amandine Debus

PhD student (2021, University of Cambridge). Using high-resolution Earth observation and socio-economic data to improve land-use classification and deforestation prediction in sub-Saharan Africa. 

Funding: C-CLEAR NERC DTP.

Adam Noach

PhD student (2022, University of Cambridge). The forgotten forests: remote sensing and predictive modelling to understand the structure, function and future of wet woodlands.

Funding: C-CLEAR NERC DTP.

Ellie Kent

PhD student (2024, University of Cambridge). The relationship between biodiversity and forest structure in naturally regenerating woodlands in the Scottish Highlands

Funding: NERC Centre for Landscape Regeneration

Group Alumni

Will Flynn

PhD student (2019-2023, Queen Mary University of London).

Now PDRA in the Department of Plant Sciences, University of Cambridge.

Collaborators & project partners

Andy Baird

Chair of Wetland Science, University of Leeds. Co-founder of Wet Woodlands Research Network. Co-supervisor of Adam Noach and Crystal Ahiable.

Crystal A. E. Ahiable

PhD student (2023, Royal Holloway University of London). The forgotten forests: understanding the future of wet woodlands as carbon-dense ecosystems.

Funding: Living Sustainably Catalyst, Royal Holloway University of London.

Phil Wilkes

Research Leader, RGB Kew.

Affiliated Researcher, Department of Geography, University of Cambridge.

Visitors

We host short and long-term visitors to the group, please see here for information.

Lab culture

We value the participation of every member of our group and work to ensure all members have an enjoyable and fulfilling experience, both professionally and personally. Accordingly, all members of the group are expected to show respect and courtesy to others at all times, and we have a group Code of Conduct to guide how we work together to achieve this.