I am a research scientist at Stanford University, where I study ecological and environmental change over long time frames, with an emphasis on anthropogenic changes over the last ~500 years.  My research synthesizes modern, historic, and paleoecologic records to study how diversity and abundance have changed through time in response to past environmental changes.  My field work includes small mammal mark-recapture surveys, excavation of packrat middens, and collection of lake cores to reconstruct past biodiversity and environment.

Learn more about my work on the Anthropocene at the Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve website (project summary courtesy of Haus der Kulturen der Welt). Visit my research and publications pages to learn more about past and on-going projects.

Contact: astegner (at) stanford (dot) edu 

Stegner CV 2022-12-12

 

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