PUBLICATIONS

Kipfmueller, K. F., Schneider E. A., Weyenberg S. A., Johnson L. B. (In press). Historical Drivers of a frequent fire regime in the red pine forests of Voyageurs National Park, MN, USA. Submitted to Forest Ecology and Management.

Druckenbrod, D. L., Stachowiak, L. A., Schneider, E. A., Graves, D. M., & Grissino-Mayer, H. D. 2017. Dendrochronological dating of the Graves Mill grist mill, Madison County, Virginia, USA. Dendrochronologia43, 27-32.

Stachowiak, L. A., Schneider, E. A., Rochner, M. L., Collins, S. A., and Grissino-Mayer, H. D. Dendrochronological Dating of Two Historic Log Cabins on the Belle Meade Plantation, Davidson County, Tennessee, USA. Vegetation History and Archaeobotany. 1-11.

Schneider, E. A., Stachowiak, L. A., and Grissino-Mayer, H. D. 2015. The Historical Dendroarchaeology of Two Log Structures at the Wynnewood State Historic Site, Castalian Springs, Tennessee, USA. Dendrochronologia, 33, 34-41.

Stachowiak, L. A. Schneider, E. A., Rochner, M. L., Collins, S. A., Swiney, C. P., Grissino-Mayer, H. D. and McKenzie, T. G. 2014. Dendrochronological Dating of the Historic McKenzie Home, Meigs County, Tennessee, U.S.A.Tree-Ring Research 70(1): 31–39.

Grissino-Mayer, H. D., Schneider, E. A., Rochner, M. L., Stachowiak, L. A. and Dennison, M. E. 2016. Tree-ring dating of timbers from Sabine Hill, home of General Nathaniel Taylor, Elizabethton, Tennessee, USA. Dendrochronologia, doi: 10.1016/j.dendro.2016.09.001.

AWARDS 

  • Evelyn J. Pruitt National Fellowship, Society of Women Geographers
  • Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship, University of Minnesota
  • Outstanding Teaching Assistant - Geography, Environment and Society, UMN
  • Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grant - National Science Foundation 
    • Simulating Forest Patch Dynamics in Response to Climate Change, Fire, and Land Use in the Upper Great Lakes Region: Implications for Management
  • Graduate Research Partnership Program - College of Liberal Arts, University of Minnesota 
    • Simulating Forest Patch Dynamics in Response to Climate Change, Fire, and Land Use in the Upper Great Lakes Region: Implications for Management
  • Summer Research Funds - Geography, Environment, and Society, University of Minnesota
  • ​​Conference Travel Award - Anthropological, Environmental, and Geological Interdisciplinary Sciences, University of Minnesota 
    • ​Developing a More Complete Understanding of Fire, Climate, and Land Use in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness
  • Travel Award - College of Liberal Arts, University of Minnesota
    • Spatial and Temporal Patterns of Fire History in Voyageurs National Park, Minnestoa
  • ​​Chancellor's Award for Extraordinary Professional Promise - University of Tennessee
  • Research Scholarship - International Association of Wildland Fire 
    • Climate Drivers of Wildfire Activity, Magdalena Mountains, New Mexico, USA
  • Graduate Student Research Grant - Biogeography Specialty Group, Association of American Geographers
    • Climate Drivers of Wildfire Activity, Magdalena Mountains, New Mexico, USA
  • Research Grant - Stewart K. McCroskey Memorial Fund 
    • Climate Drivers of Wildfire Activity, Magdalena Mountains, New Mexico, USA

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

  • Student Association for Fire Ecology
  • International Association of Landscape Ecology
  • International Association of Wildland Fire
  • American Association of University Women
  • Tree-Ring Society
  • Association of American Geographers
    • Biogeography Specialty Group
    • Paleoenvironmental Change Specialty Group
    • Landscape Ecology Specialty Group
    • Climate Change Specialty Group