Christopher J Williams Professor of Environmental Science
About Chris Williams
I am particularly interested in using archives of environmental information (soils, sediments and the fossils they contain) to understand how and why vegetation and climate vary through time. I research the interrelationships among the ecology, biomass and distribution of vegetation and the chemistry of soil organic matter. This allows me to better understand the role of ancient and modern high-latitude wetland forests and peat forming environments in carbon cycling.
You can follow this link to my Google Scholar Profile to view my publications.
Ph.D. University of Pennsylvania
M.S. Cornell University
B.S. Cornell University
Introductory Earth and Environmental Science, Historical Geology, Global Change and Natural Resources,
Materials and Humanity