Dr. Lyndon Estes is an Associate Professor in the Graduate School of Geography at Clark University whose research focuses on understanding the drivers and impacts of agricultural change.

His work makes heavy use of new Earth Observation technologies to create the datasets needed to measure and monitor rapidly evolving agricultural systems. Lyndon holds a BA in English from Georgetown University, an MPhil in Conservation Biology from the University of Cape Town, and a PhD in Environmental Science from the University of Virginia. Before joining Clark, Lyndon worked as a research scientist and lecturer at Princeton University.

Prior to his academic career, Lyndon spent nearly 9 years working in protected area management and environmental consulting in Southern Africa.