Prescott College Professor Lisa Floyd-Hanna presents: After Doce: Fire and the Prescott Landscape. Lisa Floyd-Hanna is a plant ecologist whose research focuses on fire history and fire effects in piñon-juniper and other arid southwestern ecosystems. She also studies the effects of disturbances such as climate-driven insect infestation on plant communities and threatened plant populations.
Lisa is involved in many National Park Service and Forest Service projects. Her courses include Basic Biology, Botany, and Statistics for Research. Field Methods for Plant Ecology takes place in Kino Bay and focuses on Sonoran desert ecology as well as field sampling and GIS techniques. Field Biology Studies: Colorado Plateau allows students the opportunity to be involved in on-going research in Dinosaur National Monument, Mesa Verde National Park, and other locations. Advanced courses include Fire Ecology and Anatomy and Physiology of Plants.