Nathan Healey is a post-doctoral research associate at Florida International University in Miami, Florida, at the Department of Biological Sciences.
He holds a Master’s degree and Ph.D. in Natural Resource Sciences – Climate Assessment and Impacts. Nathan Healey joins professor Steve Oberbauer in Alaska’s North Slope, researching the Arctic ecosystem’s changing tundra vegetation using the ITEX AON, a robotic tram carrying sensor systems. Their research studies the impacts of climate change on Arctic vegetation, as well as energy, carbon, and water balances. You can find a list of Nathan Healey’s publications at ResearchGate. A graduate student working with him in the field is named Jose Luciani. Luciani, a master’s student majoring in Environmental Studies and Chemistry, is helping conduct research on the Alaskan tundra ecosystem.