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John Long


Northern State University

Assistant. Professor of Computational Biology

Science and Mathematics

Dr. John Long, Assistant Professor of Computational Biology, joined the NSU faculty in the summer of 2015. He has a Bachelor’s degree in Applied Mathematics from the State University of New York, a Master’s degree in Environmental & Ecological Statistics, and a Ph.D. in Ecology & Environmental Sciences, both from Montana State University. Dr. Long spent a year after graduation at Montana State University as a Research Scientist where his research focused on ways to use satellite imagery to quantify tree mortality due to Mountain Pine Beetle infestation. His area of expertise is the mathematical, statistical, and physical aspects of the environment. Dr. Long teaches Biological Statistics I & II, College Physics I & II, GIS I & II, Remote Sensing, and Biogeography. Dr. Long is a retired Air Force Major with 21 years of service.


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