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Lisa Floyd-Hanna

Head of Environmental Studies

Prescott College

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Prescott College

220 Grove Ave

Prescott, Arizona,86301

United States

Company Description

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Background Information

Employment History

Society for Human Ecology


University of Colorado


Scientist

Mesa Verde


Affiliations

Presidents and Human Ecology Review Editorial

Board Member


Education

Environmental Studies Program

Prescott College


M.S.

Botany

University of Hawaii


Ph.D.

Evolutionary Biology

University of Colorado


Web References(27 Total References)


Abstracts - 2006 | Colorado Scientific Society

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Lisa Floyd-Hanna, Prescott College, Arizona


Four Corners Free Press Official Website

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Among those signing the letter are Bill Romme, formerly of Fort Lewis College in Durango and now professor of fire ecology at Colorado State University; and Lisa Floyd-Hanna, head of environmental studies at Prescott College in Arizona.
In the Dec. 23 letter, Romme, Floyd-Hanna and the other researchers perceive another threat: too-aggressive thinning.


Landscape: Views From Within - Playa

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Lisa Floyd-Hanna, botanist, & David Hanna, environmental science (AZ)
Lisa Floyd-Hanna is an ecologist whose work in pinon-juniper woodlands focuses on fire history and post-fire responses to a changing climate. Dry, hot summers, beetle infestations and invasive plants have altered the scope of the western landscape, and she and colleagues are attempting to sort out some of the effects mediated by these changes in the Four Corners region and in Dinosaur National Park. Lisa studied at University of Hawaii (M.S. Botany) and University of Colorado (Ph.D. Evolutionary Biology) and for the last 22 years has been a professor at Prescott College in the Environmental Studies Program. Her recent publications regarding fire, grazing, beetles, and restoration include: "Revisiting Trends in Vegetation Recovery Following Protection from Grazing, Chaco Culture National Park,New Mexico" in: The Colorado Plateau V: Research, environmental planning, and management for collaborative conservation, University of Arizona Press; "Ecological Restoration Priorities and Opportunities in Piñon-Juniper Woodlands" Ecological Restoration 30 (1):37-49; "Relationship of stand characteristics to drought-induced mortality in piñon-juniper woodlands in Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona. Ecological Applications 19(5):1223-1230.


Landscape: Views From Within - Playa

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Lisa Floyd-Hanna, botanist, & David Hanna, environmental science (AZ)
Lisa Floyd-Hanna is an ecologist whose work in pinon-juniper woodlands focuses on fire history and post-fire responses to a changing climate. Dry, hot summers, beetle infestations and invasive plants have altered the scope of the western landscape, and she and colleagues are attempting to sort out some of the effects mediated by these changes in the Four Corners region and in Dinosaur National Park. Lisa studied at University of Hawaii (M.S. Botany) and University of Colorado (Ph.D. Evolutionary Biology) and for the last 22 years has been a professor at Prescott College in the Environmental Studies Program. Her recent publications regarding fire, grazing, beetles, and restoration include: "Revisiting Trends in Vegetation Recovery Following Protection from Grazing, Chaco Culture National Park,New Mexico" in: The Colorado Plateau V: Research, environmental planning, and management for collaborative conservation, University of Arizona Press; "Ecological Restoration Priorities and Opportunities in Piñon-Juniper Woodlands" Ecological Restoration 30 (1):37-49; "Relationship of stand characteristics to drought-induced mortality in piñon-juniper woodlands in Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona. Ecological Applications 19(5):1223-1230.


Past Residents - Playa

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Lisa Floyd-Hanna is an ecologist whose work in pinon-juniper woodlands focuses on fire history and post-fire responses to a changing climate.
Dry, hot summers, beetle infestations and invasive plants have altered the scope of the western landscape, and she and colleagues are attempting to sort out some of the effects mediated by these changes in the Four Corners region and in Dinosaur National Park. Lisa studied at University of Hawaii (M.S. Botany) and University of Colorado (Ph.D. Evolutionary Biology) and for the last 22 years has been a professor at Prescott College in the Environmental Studies Program. Her recent publications regarding fire, grazing, beetles, and restoration include: "Revisiting Trends in Vegetation Recovery Following Protection from Grazing, Chaco Culture National Park,New Mexico" in: The Colorado Plateau V: Research, environmental planning, and management for collaborative conservation, University of Arizona Press; "Ecological Restoration Priorities and Opportunities in Piñon-Juniper Woodlands" Ecological Restoration 30 (1):37-49; "Relationship of stand characteristics to drought-induced mortality in piñon-juniper woodlands in Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona. Ecological Applications 19(5):1223-1230.


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