Dan Friess PhD

dan.friess(at)nus.edu.sg

Assistant Professor
I'm interested in mangrove dynamics and threats to long-term ecosystem service provision. How do mangroves produce ecosystem services? How do they respond to geomorphological threats (e.g. sea level rise) and anthropogenic threats (e.g. landcover change)? How can we better conserve wetlands through conservation actions (e.g. habitat restoration) and policy?

I'm an Assistant Professor at the Department of Geography, NUS. Previously, I was a Research Fellow with the Singapore-Delft Water Alliance and the Applied Plant Ecology Lab (led by Ted Webb) in the Department of Biological Sciences, NUS. I received my PhD in wetland geography from the University of Cambridge, UK (with Tom Spencer and Iris Moller).

I'm a member of the IUCN Mangrove Specialist Group and the APCEL Specialist Group on Climate Change Adaptation in the ASEAN Region.

For a list of publications from the Mangrove Lab, click here . Also visit my University webpage  here .

Teaching
- GE4207 Coastal Management
- GES1004/SSA2215 Biophysical Environment of Singapore
- GE2215 Introduction to GIS and Remote Sensing
- GE5211 Dynamic Environments
- GE5217 Field Methods in the Environmental Sciences