Faculty Adviser: Scott AndersonA Holocene
Reconstruction of Vegetation and Precipitation Variability for the Central
Rocky Mountains, Colorado
Faculty Adviser: Tom SiskCultural Adaptations to Climate Change: Navajo Practices of Animal Grazing and Animal Husbandry on the Navajo Nation
Faculty Adviser: Scott Anderson Paleoecology of Utah's Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument: Human landscape impacts and implications for resource management on the Colorado Plateau
Faculty Adviser: Erik NielsenUnderstanding the Effectiveness of Using Citizen Science for the Conservation and Monitoring of Northern Mexican and Narrow Headed Garter Snakes in the Verde Valley, Arizona
Faculty Adviser: Scott AndersonDisappearance of Coastal Forests on Santa Cruz Island, CA at the Pleistocene-Holocene Boundary
Faculty Adviser: Tom SiskStudying the Drivers and Landscape Predictors of Type Conversion Following Stand Replacing Fires in Arizona and New Mexico.
Faculty Adviser:Angie MolineChanges in Arthropod Communities on Tamarisks along the San Juan River due to defoliation by the Tamarisk Leaf Beetle.
Faculty Adviser: Erik NielsenGovernance Structures for the Flagstaff Water Protection Project
Faculty Adviser: Scott AndersonHolocene and Late-Pleistocene Paleoecological History Using Sediment From Two Ponds in the Chuska Mountains, Navajo Nation, New Mexico
Faculty Adviser: Egbert SchwartzThe Longevity of Extracellular DNA in Clay Soils
Faculty Adviser: Brett DicksonPractical Approaches to Land Use Change and Conservation Priorities in the Tropics.
Faculty Adviser: Erik NielsenEucalyptus for Biofuel: Impacts of Expansion on Smallholders in the Entre Rios Province of Argentina
Faculty Adviser: Tom SiskParticipatory Analysis in Landscape Assessments: Eliciting Values, Prioritizing Management Areas, and Evaluating the Impact of Stakeholder Participation in the Greater Grand Canyon Landscape Assessment
Faculty Adviser:Deborah HuntzingerUse of Satellite-Derived Atmospheric CO2 Observations to Benchmark Terrestrial Biospheric Models
Faculty Adviser:Diana Elder Uranium Water Transport, Its Effects on Cultured Cells, and Statistics on Cancer Rates on the Navajo Nation
Faculty Adviser: Rod Parnell