Lauren A. Stachowiak, Ph.D.

I’m an associate professor in the Dept of Geosciences and Director of the Dendrochronology and Spatial Analysis Lab at Eastern Washington University. My expertise are in GIS, dendrochronology, wildland fire, and climate change. I enjoy teaching classes related to the physical environment, tree-ring science, climate change, biogeography, and experimental methods.

I am an avid outdoors person, and I love being in the woods. However, I feel equally at ease in a coffee shop working on manuscripts, planning lectures, or playing around with satellite imagery on GEE.

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