I am an earth system scientist, paleoecologist, and biogeographer who studies species responses to past and future climate change. Research themes include novel climates and communities, abrupt change, megaherbivore extinctions, paleoecoinformatics, and data-model synthesis. I am a professor in Geography and am the former Director of the Center for Climatic Research.

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I am an Assistant Research Scientist with an interest in climate-vegetation relationships and informatics across ecology the geosciences. I seek to understand the relationships between climate, forest composition, land use change and critical zone processes by harnessing quantitative and computational advances and a broad array of heterogeneous data. I lead the Informatics WG of the Neotoma Paleoecology Database and serve on the EarthCube Leadership Committee

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Allison is a postdoc with the Abrupt Change in Ecological Systems project. She is interested in how species and ecosystems have responded to past environmental change over long time scales, and how we can use that information for biodiversity conservation today.

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Tanjona is a postdoctoral researcher with the Abrupt Change in Ecological Systems project. I am a theoretical ecologist working on how species communities change in space and time with special interest on conservation related question.

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I am a PhD student with the Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies interested in better understanding what future projections of climate change may mean for novel communities and land-management decisions, as well as better understanding what factors are currently driving changes in the modern pollen season. This includes extending the baseline of 'no-analogue' climate assessments to consider past-earth warm periods, as well assessing the role of climate vs. land-cover change in urban environments.

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I’m a first-year Ph.D. student in Physical Geography interested in paleoclimates and paleoecology. My research involves using pollen records from several sites in eastern North America to resolve the role climate played in vegetation patterns during the last deglaciation.

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I'm a second year M.S. student interested in the interaction between fire regime and vegetation change across the Great Lakes Region during the last deglaciation. I'm currently working up a pollen and charcoal record for Triangle Lake Bog, Ohio and synthesizing this record with others across Ohio.

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I’m a first-year M.S. student in Physical Geography interested in paleoecology, climate change, and data visualization. My master's project involves reimagining Ice Age Mapper, an interactive pollen viewer.

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I'm a undergraduate, double majoring in Atmospheric and Oceanic Studies and Geosccience, with a certificate in Environmental Studies. I am currently working on charcoal analysis from sediments taken from various lakes, as well as extracting macrofossils from sediments for radiocarbon dating.

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