James Doerner

James Doerner

Professor of Geography

Geography & GIS
College of Humanities & Social Sciences

Contact Information

Phone
351-2733

Specialist in climate reconstruction in the Rocky Mountains. He is a biogeographer with research interests in tree rings, palynology, Quaternary environments, and landscape response to climate change. For the past 20 years, he has conducted fieldwork in the subalpine and alpine regions of the Rocky Mountains. His recent research interest concerns climate change in Rocky Mountain National Park and the relationship between human activity and environmental change in southwest Turkey.

Topics

Climate Change

Paleoenvironmental Reconstructions

Dendrochronology