Dendroecology Lab



Lab Director:

Dr. Rosemary Sherriff

Associate Professor,
Department of Geography

Graduate Faculty, 
Forest, Watershed, and Wildland Sciences Program


Phone: 707-826-4119

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Current Lab Members:

Lab Technicians and Assistants

Zawisza Grabinski-Parker 


My research involves visually modeling forest restoration scenarios in the Klamath National Forest and investigating fire severity interactions within the Klamath Mountain Ecoregion over the past 30 years.


Kelly Muth


I have been working with Dr. Rosemary Sherriff for three years. I was a teaching assistant for Physical Geography while working on my B.A. in Geography, in addition to being a lab technician and research assistant in the Dendroecology Lab. My work includes dendrochronology, climate analysis and database management.


Graduate Students  

Forest, Watershed, and Wildland Sciences Program

Jill Beckmann



Laura Lalemand


MS Thesis: Response to severe drought: does restoration thnning in coast redwood-Douglas-fir forests increase tree tolerance to drought in Redwood National Park, California.


Michael Vernon



Undergraduate Assistants

Kris Anderson

Crystal  Nuenschwander

Allisons Potts

Daniel Snow

Emelie Traub

Olivia Zotter



Graduate Students

Forest, Watershed, and Wildland Sciences Program

Radek Glebocki (MS 2015)

MS Thesis: Fuel loading and moisture dynamics in thinned coast redwood-Douglas-fir forests in Headwaters Forest Reserve, California.


Zawisza Grabinski-Parker (MS 2015)

MS Thesis: Reburn severity interactions over 30 years in the Klamath Mountains Ecoregion, California, USA.


Madelinn Schriver (MS 2015)

MS Thesis: Stand and tree growth characteristics of Quercus Garryana and Quercus Kelloggi woodlands in Northwestern California.


Undergraduate Assistants

Alysia Ballinger

Rebecca Batzel (photographed)

John Grimes

Alicia Iverson

Richard Olsen

Madelinn Schriver

Andrew Smith


Humboldt State University