Research Affiliate - Sr Research Fellow
Dull has carried out research projects both in Central America and the western United States focusing on decadal to millennial-scale changes in regional vegetation and climate. Past research projects have focused on Pre-Columbian Maya deforestation, the impacts of historical livestock grazing on mountain meadow vegetation in California, Holocene climatic variability, Neotropical savanna ecology, the emergence and spread of maize agriculture in Central America, and the cultural and ecological impacts of the 5th century A.D. Ilopango volcanic eruption in southeastern Mesoamerica. He has ongoing research projects in Nicaragua, El Salvador, and Mexico.
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