- Chief Scientist, Ecological Program Integrated Mission Support Services
- Kennedy Space Center
Dr. Carlton Hall works for Integrated Mission Support Services (IMSS) at Kennedy Space Center (KSC) where he serves as the Chief Scientist and manager of the Ecological Program. Carlton has been at KSC for 33 years. His research interest focus on applications of advanced technologies like remote sensing, simulation, and high performance computing to address regional and local climate change impacts and the development of green adaptation strategies to minimize impacts to ecosystem services. For KSC, this includes ecohydrology and dynamics of sea-level rise, emerging contaminants, and ecosystem responses related to special concern fish and wildlife species and their habitats.
BY SHEA DAWSON As Jennifer Elliott sat in the UCF Arboretum office, a small trailer behind the Harris Corporation Engineering Center, an Arboretum staff member entered with bad news: the Cuban tree frogs were ... Read more
BY ZENAIDA GONZALEZ KOTALA The U.S. Virgin Islands Tuesday became the first American jurisdiction to ban sunscreens containing oxybenzone and octinoxate effective Dec. 31, to help restore its coral reefs and marine ecosystem... Read more
The UCF Arboretum started as a 10-acre site in 1983 on what was then the edge of campus. Over the years several parcels were added to bring the Arboretum to its current size of 82 acres, but the original site remains the core ... Read more
The Urban Forestry Department at UCF was formed in 2004 with the mission of improving the campus aesthetics, mitigating hurricane storm damage, increasing tree diversity, improving ecosystem services and engaging with st... Read more