Florencia Sangermano

I am an Assistant Professor in Geography at Clark University. My research focuses on understanding the impacts of climate, land use, and land cover change on ecosystems and biodiversity using geospatial analysis. The ultimate goal is to support effective conservation planning and ecosystem management. Through my work, I seek to understand the interactions between the environment, human activities, wildlife, and ecosystem services, applying the latest techniques in GIS, remote sensing, and ecoacoustics
Before joining the Graduate School of Geography, I worked at Clark Labs (ClarkLabs.org, now the Center for Geospatial Analytics), developing methods to facilitate the analysis and modeling of changes in climate and land cover, which are implemented within the IDRISI/TerrSet software.

Clark University
Assistant Professor