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Miriam Marlier

University of California, Los Angeles


Consequences for Ecosystem Services

Miriam Marlier
Miriam Marlier

Dr. Marlier is an Assistant Professor in the Environmental Health Sciences Department at the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health. She is an interdisciplinary environmental scientist with broad interests in examining interactions between environmental change and public health using remote sensing data and interdisciplinary modeling techniques.

In this project, Dr. Marlier will assess the potential air quality and public health implications of future fire scenarios in the western US This will help us to better understand the combined influence of climate change and forest management scenarios on public health.

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