Associate Professor of Geography
Adjunct Associate Professor of Biological Sciences
Hinman Box: HB 6017
- A.B. Harvard University; M.S. University of Arizona; Ph.D. University of Arizona
Areas of Expertise
- Women in science, feminist critiques of science; biogeography and natural history of temperate forests, including fire, air pollution, climate, and forest dynamics; dendrochronology: ecological background, field and laboratory techniques, long-term climates from ancient wood
- “Some Preliminary Results of Tree Ring Analyses of Interstadial Wood in Glacier Bay,” with D E Lawson, et al., Program and Abstracts , Glacier Bay Science Symposium, Juneau, AK, Oct. 26-28, (2004) 50.
- “Pitch Pine/Jack Pine Dynamics at Overlapping Range Limits, Program Abstracts , Acadia National Park, Maine. Association of American Geographers (AAG), (2004).
- Potential Changes in Species Distribution Patterns: Implication of Current Range Limits , Final report to the U.S. Forest Service Northeastern Forest Experiment Station, (2000).
- “Tree-Ring ∂D As An Indicator of Asian Monsoon Intensity”, with X Feng, H Cui and K Tang, Quaternary Research , 51 (1999) 262-266.
- “Reflected-Light Image Analysis of Conifer Tree Rings for Reconstructing Climate,” with P R Sheppard and L J Graumlich, The Holocene , 6 (1996) 62-68.
- “Glacier Bay dendrochronology”