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Jack Williams

Dr. John (Jack) W. Williams

Bryson Professor of Climate, People, and Environment

Professor
Department of Geography, University of Wisconsin-Madison

email | website

Background:
  • Research Associate, Limnological Research Center, University of Minnesota 2003-2004
  • Postdoctoral Fellow, National Center for Ecological Analysis & Synthesis, 1999-2003
  • Ph.D., Brown University, 1999
Research Areas:
  • Vegetation dynamics
  • Quaternary paleoecology and paleoclimatology
  • Vegetation-atmosphere linkages

Post-doctoral Researchers


Simon
Simon Goring email | blog
  • Postdoctoral Research Associate, Department of Geography, University of Wisconsin-Madison, starting July 2011
Background:
  • Ph.D., Biological Sciences, Simon Fraser University, 2011
  • B.Sc., Plant Sciences, University of Northern British Columbia, 2003
Research Areas:
  • Quaternary paleoecology
  • Paleoclimate reconstruction using pollen

Graduate Students


Sam

Samuel Munoz email | website

  • Ph.D. Student, Geography, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Background:
  • M.Sc., Geography, University of Ottawa, 2010
  • B.Sc., Physical Geography and Geomatics, Carleton University, 2008
Research Areas:
  • Late Quaternary paleoecology
  • North American prehistory
  • Human-environment interaction

Yue

Yue Wang email

  • M.S. Student, Geography, University of Wisconsin-Madison, starting August 2011
Background:
  • B.S., Geography, Peking University, 2011
Research Areas:
  • Vegetation dynamics
  • Pollen analysis

 


Undergraduate Students



Visiting Scholars


Supp

Sarah Supp email | website | twitter

  • Visiting Scholar.
Background:
  • Ph.D. Ecology, Utah State University, 2013
Research Areas:
  • I am a broadly trained ecologist primarily interested in addressing questions that work across ecological boundaries (e.g., spatial, temporal and organizational scales). My work includes field experiments, macroecology, and computational approaches to studying biodiversity in changing systems.

 

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