Allison Stegner is a paleoecologist whose research synthesizes modern, historic and deep-time records to study how species and ecosystems have responded to past environmental changes. Stegner is currently a postdoctoral scholar at Stanford University, USA, where she uses lacustrine sediment cores to study biodiversity in the Anthropocene and the basis for defining the Anthropocene as a new geologic epoch.
As of April 2022
How to Read a Changing Earth? Live Annotation of the Searsville Reservoir Sediment Core
May 22, 2022
What if the Dam was removed?
May 21, 2022
Markers – Material Delineations of the Present
Demonstrations & Discussions
May 20, 2022