2014 - Climate variability and the susceptibility of Engelmann spruce to spruce beetle outbreak in northwestern Colorado
My research interests are broadly focused on the impacts of past and future climate variability on environmental systems. I am currently researching relationships between climate and bark beetle disturbance in subalpine forests.
Hart, S.J. . (2011). A Review of Fundamentals of Tree-Ring Research -- James H. Speer. Tucson: The University of Arizona Press, 2010. xxii and 360 pp., 99 b/w photos, 58 illustrations, 9 tables, and 1 map. $59.95 cloth (ISBN - 978-0-8165-2684-0). The Professional Geographer 63:150.
Publications updated January 2011
Labs & Facilities
The Biogeography Lab of the Geography Department is directed by Professor Thomas T. Veblen and supports research in the areas of forest dynamics, disturbance ecology and dendroecology.