Dylan Fischer, PhD, Forest Ecosystem Ecology, Community Ecology, and Tree Physiology
My research in ecosystem ecology addresses linkages between plant diversity and ecosystem function, and community responses to disturbance. I teach about ecosystems, environmental problems, forests, trees, and science. But I really just like helping people, solving problems, making stuff, and getting outside. When I’m not doing research or teaching, you’ll find me in the wood-shop, on the trail, biking, sea kayaking in the Salish Sea, or hanging out with my family our two dogs Gladys and Bohdi.
Collaborating Faculty at Evergreen:
Carri LeRoy, PhD, Stream and Community Ecology