Palynology is the branch of science dealing with microscopic, decay-resistant remains of certain plants and animals. My research focuses on Palynology and plant fossil analysis of lakes, marshes, caves, coprolites, and packrat middens in western North America.
I teach the following classes:
- Geos 462/562 Introduction to Quaternary Ecology
- Geos 481/581 Quaternary Palynology and Macrofossils
- Nats 104 Life on Earth
Office: Gould-Simpson Bldg. 344