Research Assistant Professor
Office: 218A Boyd Science Center
- B.S., Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Arizona
- B.A., Geology, University of Arizona
- M.S., Quaternary Studies, University of Maine
- Ph.D., Geology, University of Colorado
Lisa is a Research Assistant Professor with the Center for the Environment. She studies lake sediments to decipher past watershed changes. Her primary focus is on how climate interacts with other mechanisms for change including natural catastrophe (fire, flood, landslide, tsunami), human disturbance (agriculture, logging, development) and long-term trends (glaciations, tectonics, sea-level change). These projects are globally distributed, with lake sites in Utah, Maine, Baffin Island (Canada), Iceland and Turkey.