I am Bijan Seyednasrollah,

a quantitative environmental scientist in the Richardson Lab at Harvard University and Northern Arizona University.

I am broadly interested in understanding complex spatial and temporal processes of the environment using big data and ecoinformatics to tackle major environmental issues.

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Learn about what I do

My projects often consist of






I often use hierarchical modeling, geospatial techniques, remoteley sensed / field data and numerical analyses to solve my problems. I employ combinations of platforms, tools and programming languages to implement/interpret my projects.

Here’s some examples of my recent projects

Ranging from environmental sciences to cutting-edge engineering problems.

Flux Puppy

Flux Puppy – Open-source software application to measure fluxes


TRIAD: Tree Ring Image Analysis and Dataset

Drought Eye

Monitoring Thermal Stress in Near Real-time


Delineate Region of Interests (ROI's) and Extract Time-Series Data from Digital Repeat Photography Images

Functional traits

A hierarchical framework for continental-scale modeling of plant functional traits across the US.

Monitoring droughts

Remotely sensed monitroing of canopy water stress based on land surface temperature.

Spring phenology

A state-space framework to model green-up phenology in the south-east over space and time.

Radiative energy

A scalable framework to quantify radiation on snow-covered forest floor for hydrologic purposes.


An analytic model to estimate viewable fraciton of sky for modeling natrual environments.

Oil reservoir

3-D simulations of multiphase flow through natural porous media in geological time steps.

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You can find me at ...

Northern Arizona University, P.O. Box 5693
Flagstaff, AZ, 86011, USA