- Daniel Gavin Associate Professor
- Ph.D. Students
- Aquila Flower Dendrochronology; ecology and history of western spruce budworm; interior PNW mixed conifer forests.
- Erin Herring Paleoecology of interior mesic forests of northern Idaho.
- Master's Students
- Dave Fisher Modeling postglacial vegetation change on the Olympic Peninsula.
- Ariana White - Postglacial vegetation in the "northern wetbelt" of central British Columbia.
- Undergraduate technicians:
- Please contact us for current openings for lab technicians
Affiliated in various ways...
- Jill Marshall (Geological Sciences PhD student): Erosion rates of the Oregon Coast Range through the Quaternary.
- Maureece Levin (Anthropology PhD student): Long-term agriculture change in Micronesia.
- Chantal Saban (OSU Anthropology PhD student): Pollen records from Pre-Clovis archeological sites
- Jenn Kusler MS student 2009-2012. Thesis: "A 7500-Year Paleolimnological Record of Environmental Change and Salmon Abundance In The Oregon Coast Range." Now working for the USGS in Menlo Park.
- Christina George - UCORE student, summer 2011; post-glacial biogenic silica record from northern Idaho. Christina was the most recent of four total UCORE students hosted in the lab.
- Ian David Crickmore MS student 2008-2011. Thesis: "Interactions Between Forest Insect Activity and Wildfire Severity
in the Booth and Bear Complex Fires, Oregon." Now an Environmental GIS Technician for JL Patterson in Seattle WA.
- Jaime Dexter-Enriquez (Interdisciplinary Studies M.S. Student): Ethnobotany and paleoecology of Clovis sites in Oregon.
- Daniele Colombaroli - Post-doc researcher (2007-2008)
Swiss National Science Foundation
Project: 2000-years of fire history and climate change in the Siskiyou Mountains
Currently at the University of Bern.
- Katie Argo - Undergraduate honors thesis (2007)
Project: The Relation of Precipitation and Annual Tree-Ring Growth of Douglas-Fir in Stands of Different Ages in the Western Oregon Cascade Range
- Past technicians:
- Sam Somerville (dendrochronology)
- Elizabeth Schneider - Tree-ring analysis from samples from eastern Oregon.