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Richard Nevle (Lecturer)

Richard Nevle (650) 724-0984
Personal bio
As the Deputy Director of the Earth Systems Program, Richard Nevle is devoted to fostering the intellectual formation of students poised to become the next generation of environmental leaders and problem-solvers. He teaches a number of courses in Earth Systems including a field seminar on the geology, ecology, and environmental history of the Eastern Sierra Nevada. In his research Nevle assembles reconstructions of climate history from natural archives to elucidate drivers of past climate change. Most recently, his research has focused on the study of interactions among Holocene climate, human land use, and fire ecology. Nevle received his PhD in Geological and Environmental Sciences from Stanford in 1995.

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