Dr. Nicole Davi

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Office: SHE 4032, Lab SW 322
Phone:
Email: davin@wpunj.edu
Office Hours: Upon Appointment

Department: Environmental Science
Position: Associate Professor

Area Specialization
dendrochronology, paleoclimatology, science education, science and art collaborations

RESEARCH INTERESTS:

Nicole Davi is an Associate Professor in the Environmental Science Department and an Adjunct Associate Research Scientist at the Tree-Ring Laboratory at Columbia University’s Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory. Davi’s research focuses on developing and interpreting high-resolution paleoclimatic records in order to further our understanding of climate change over the past 2000 years. She has authored/co-authored dozens of peer-review articles on paleoclimate and has received awards from National Science Foundation and other funding agencies for her research.

Davi also has several projects that focus on improving science literacy for undergraduate and K-12 students. She recently led a team to develop Tree-Ring Expeditions, online labs geared for community college and undergraduate instructors and their students, that tap into the excitement of field expeditions while introducing students to groundbreaking tree-ring studies that have had important societal impact. Davi also enjoys collaborating with artists to explore new and compelling ways to communicate the excitement of scientific explorations with diverse audiences.

Davi's Google Scholar,  Researchgate and Instagram.

Curriculum Vitae

EDUCATION AND APPOINTMENTS:

  • Associate Professor, Dept. of Environmental Science, William Paterson University (2017-present)
  • Adjunct Associate Research Scientist, Tree-Ring Lab, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Columbia University (2013-present)
  • Assistant Professor, Dept. of Environmental Science, William Paterson University (2013-2017)
  • National Science Foundation, AGS Postdoctoral Fellow, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University (2011-2013)
  • Ph. D. Rutgers University of NJ, Department of Geography (2006-2009)     
  • MSc, Rutgers University of NJ, Department of Geography (2000-2002)
  • BSc, Ramapo College of NJ, Environmental Science (1992-1996)

PEER-REVIEW PUBLICATIONS:

  • Ulf Buentgen et al. 2018 (co-author Davi N), Tree rings reveal globally coherent signature of cosmogenic radiocarbon events in 774 and 993 CE" Nature Communications V9, 3605
  • Buckley BM, Hansen K, Griffin K, Schmiege S, Oelkers R, D’ Arrigo, Stahle D, Davi N, Nguyen T, Le N, and Wilson R, (2018), Blue Intensity (BI) from a tropical conifer’s growth rings and links to climate, Dendochronologia V50: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.dendro.2018.04.003
  • Leland, C, Cook E, Andreu-Hayles L, Pederson N, Hessl A,Anchukaitis K, Byambasuren O, Nachin B, Davi N, D’Arrigo R, Griffin K. Bishop K, Rao M, (2018), Strip-bark Morphology and Radial Growth Trends in Ancient Pinus sibirica Trees from central Mongolia, Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences: https://doi.org/10.1002/2017JG004196
  •  Wilson R; D’Arrigo R, Andreu-Hayles L; Oelkers,R; Wiles G, Anchukaitis K,  and Davi N. 2017, Blue Intensity based experiments for reconstructing North Pacific temperatures along the Gulf of Alaska. Climate of the Past: https://doi.org/10.5194/cp-13-1007-2017
  • Rao MP, Cook BI, Cook ER, D’Arrigo RD, Krusic P, Anchukaitis K, LeGrande A, Buckley BM, Davi N, Leland C, Griffin KL, (2017), European and Mediterranean hydroclimate response to tropical volcanic forcing over the past millennium. Geophysical Research Letters:https://doi.org/10.1002/2017GL073057
  • Sébastien Guillet, Christophe Corona, Markus Stoffel, Myriam Khodri, Franck Lavigne, Pablo Ortega, Nicolas Eckert, Pascal Dkengne Sielenou, Valérie Daux, Olga V. Churakova (Sidorova), Davi N, Jean-Louis Edouard, Yong Zhang, Brian H. Luckman, Vladimir S. Myglan, Joël Guiot, Martin Beniston, Valérie Masson-Delmotte & Clive Oppenheimer, (2017), How exceptional were the climatic impacts of the largest Common Era volcanic eruption? Nature Geoscience 10, 123–128 doi:10.1038/ngeo2875
  • Anchukaitis, K., Wilson, R., Briffa, K., Büntgen, U., Cook, E., D' Arrigo, R., Davi, N., Esper, J., Frank, D.,Gunnarson, B., Hegerl, G., Helama, S., Klesse, S., Krusic, P., Linderholm, H., Myglan, V., Osborn, T., Rydval, M., Schneider, L., Schurer, A., Wiles, G., Zhang, P. and Zorita, E., (2016), Last millennium Northern Hemisphere summer temperatures from tree rings: Part II: the spatial context. Quaternary Science Reviews. Five year impact factor 5.039
  • Seim A, Schultz J, Leland C, Davi N, Byambasuren O, Liang E, Wang X, Beck C, Linderholm H, Pederson N, (2016), Synoptic-scale circulation patterns during summer derived from tree rings in mid-latitude Asia. Climate Dynamics
  • Chen F, Davi N, et al., (2016), Irtysh River flow since 1500 as reconstructed by tree rings, reveals changing hydroclimatic signal of central High Asia, Climatic Change DOI 10.1007/s10584-016-1814-y,  
  • Chen, Z, He X, Davi  N, Zhang A, and Peng, J., (2016), A 258-year reconstruction of precipitation for southern Northeast China and the northern Korean peninsula. Climate Change DOI 10.1007/s10584-016-1796
  • Esper J, Krusic P, Ljungqvist F, Luterbacher J, Carrer M, Cook E, Davi N, Kirdyanov A, Konter O, Myglan V, Salzer M, Timonen M, Treydte K, Trouet V, Villalba V, Wilson R, Yang B, Büntgen U, (2016), Review of tree-ring based temperature reconstructions of the past millennium. Quaternary Science Reviews, Five year impact factor 5.039
  • Wilson R, Anchukaitis K, Briffa K, Büntgen U, Cook E, D' Arrigo R, Davi N, Esper J, Frank D, Gunnarson B, Hegerl G, Klesse S, Krusic P, Linderholm H, Myglan V, Peng Z, Rydval M, Schneider L, Schurer A, Wiles G, and Zorita E, (2016), Northern hemispheric millennial temperatures from tree-rings: Part I: the long term context. Invited paper, Quaternary Science Reviews.DOI: 10.1016/j.quascirev.2015.12.005, Five year impact factor 5.039
  • Davi N, D’Arrigo R, Jacoby G, Nachin B. et al. (2015), A Central Asian Millennial Temperature Record based on Tree Rings from Mongolia. Quaternary Science Reviews 121, 89-97, Five year impact factor 5.039
  • Palat Rao* M, Davi N, Wang S, D’Arrigo R, Skees J, Lyon B, Leland, C. Climate, (2015), Dzuds, droughts, and livestock mortality in Mongolia. Environmental Research LettersImpact factor 3.906, *Ph.D. student led
  • Chen Z, Zhang X, He X, Davi N, Bai X, Li L, (2015), Response of radial growth to warming and CO2 enrichment in southern Northeast China: a case of Pinus tabulaeformis, Climatic Change 130, 559-571 2014, Impact factor 3.430
  • Fang K, Chen D, D'Arrigo R, Davi N, (2015), Influence of non-climatic factors on the relationships between tree growth and climate over the Chinese Loess Plateau. Global and Planetary Change, Volume 132, 5 Year Impact Factor: 4.476
  • Fang K, Seppa H, He M, Davi N,(2014), Hydroclimate Variations in Central and Monsoonal Asia over the Past 700 Years. PLOS ONE, impact factor 3.234
  • D’Arrigo, R., R. Wilson, G. Wiles, K. Anchukaitis, O. Solomina, N Davi, C. Deser, V Matskovsky, E Dolgova, (2014), Tree ring reconstructed temperature index for coastal northern Japan: Implications for western North Pacific variability. DOI: 10.1002/joc.4230 International Journal of Climatology, Impact Factor 3.34
  • Fang K, Wilmking M, Davi N, Zhou F, Liu C, (2014), An ensemble weighting approach for dendroclimatology: drought reconstructions for the northeastern Tibetan Plateau. PLOS ONE impact factor of 3.234
  • Fang K, Davi N, D’Arrigo R, (2013), A reconstruction of the Asia-Pacific Oscillation Index for the past 1500 years and its association with the Asian summer monsoon. Int. Journal of Climatology 34 (7). Impact Factor 3.34
  • Leland C, Pederson N, Hessl A, Davi N, Nachin B.A (2013), Hydroclimatic Regionalization of North-central Mongolia as Inferred from Tree Rings. Dendrochronologia. Impact Factor 1.5
  • Davi N, Pederson N, Leland C, Suran B, Nachin B, Jacoby G. Four centuries of hydroclimatic context for the recent drying in east central Mongolia, (2013), Water Resources Research118, 1–8, doi:10.1029/2012WR011834 Impact Factor 3.549
  • Poulter, B., N. Pederson, H. Liu, Z. Zhu, R. D'Arrigo, P. Ciais, Davi,D. Frank, C. Leland, R. Myneni, S. Piao, and T Wang (2012), Recent trends in Inner Asian forest dynamics to temperature and precipitation indicate high sensitivity to climate change. Invited paper for the special issue "Drought threatened Inner Asian Ecosystems" in Agricultural and Forest Meteorology
  • Cui M, He X, Davi N, Chen Z, Zhang X, Peng J, Chen W, Ding W. (2012), Evidence of century environmental changes: trace element in tree-ring of Fuling Mausoleum Shenyang. Dendrochronologia http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.dendro.2011.09.003,
  • FangK, ChenF, GouX, DaviN, LiuC, (2012), Spatiotemporal drought variability for central and eastern Asia over the past seven centuries derived from tree-ring based reconstructions. Quaternary International.http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.quaint.2012.03.038
  • Chen Z, Li J, Fang K, DaviN, He X, Cui M, Zhang X, Peng J. (2012), Seasonal dynamics of vegetation over the past 100 years inferred from tree rings and climate in Hulunbei’er steppe, northern China, (2012), Journal of Arid Environmentshttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jaridenv.2012.03.013,
  • Peng J, Sun Y, Chen M, He X, Davi NK, Zhang X, Li T, Zhu C, Cai C, Chen Z. Tree-ring based precipitation variability since AD 1828 in northwestern Liaoning, China, (2012), Quaternary Internationalhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.quaint.2012.07.007
  • Pederson N, LelandC, Nachin B,  Hessl  A, SaladygaT,  SuranB,  BrownP M and Davi N. Four-hundred Years of Drought History in Mongolia’s Breadbasket, (2012),  Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, Special Issue: Drought threatened ecosystems in semi-arid Inner Asia. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.agrformet.2012.07.003
  • Chen, Z, Zhang X, Hea, X, Davi,N, Cuic, M and Penga, J Extension of summer (June-August) temperature records for northern Inner Mongolia (1715-2008), China using tree rings, (2012) Quaternary Internationalhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.quaint.2012.07.005
  • Zhang X, He X, Li J, Davi N, Chen Z, Cui M,  Chen W, Li N. Temperature reconstruction (1750–2008) from Dahurian larch tree-rings in an area subject to permafrost in Inner Mongolia, Northeast China Inter Research, (2011), Climate Research, 47: 151–159.
  • Fang K, Gou X, Chen F, Liu C, Zhao Z, Davi N, Li Y, (2011), Tree-ring based reconstruction of drought variability (1615–2009) in the Kongtong Mountain area, northern China. Global and Planetary Change.Volume 80, p. 190-197.
  • Chen Z, He X, Cui M, Davi, N, Zhang X, Chen W, Sun Y, (2010), The effect of anthropogenic activities on the reduction of urban tree sensitivity to climatic change: dendrochronological evidence from Chinese pine in Shenyang city. Trees – Structure and Function. DOI 10.1007/s00468-010-0514-x
  • Davi N, Jacoby G, Fang K, Li J, D'Arrigo R, Baatarbileg N. Robinson. Reconstructed drought across Mongolia based on a large-scale tree-ring network: 1520-1993, (2010), Journal of Geophysical Research 15, doi:10.1029/2010JD013907
  • Fang K, Gou X, Chen F, Li J, D’Arrigo R, Cook E, Yang T, Davi N., (2010), Reconstructed droughts for the southeastern Tibetan Plateau over the past 568 years and its linkages to the Pacific and Atlantic Ocean climate variability. Climate Dynamics: DOI 10.1007/s00382-009-0636-2.
  • Davi N, Reconstructed Drought variability across Mongolia based on tree-rings. Dissertation. Rutgers University. 174 pages.
  • Li J, Cook E, Chen F, Davi N, D’Arrigo R, Gou X, Wright W, Fang K,  Jin L,  Shi J, Yang T. Summer Monsoon Moisture Variability over China and Mongolia during the Past Four Centuries, (2009), Geophysical Research Letters 36: DOI 10.1029/2009GL041162
  • Fang, K., Davi, N., Gou, X., Chen, F., Cook, E., Li, J., D’Arrigo, R. Spatial drought reconstruction for central high Asia based on tree rings, (2009), Climate Dynamics: DOI 10.1007/s00382-009-0739-9 
  • Davi N, Jacoby G, D’Arrigo R, Baatarbileg N, Li J, Curtis A. A Tree-Ring Based Drought Index Reconstruction for Far Western Mongolia: 1565-2004, (2009), J. of Climatology29 (3), 1508-151
  • Nachin, B., Park, W., Jacoby, G.C., Davi, N.K. History of Mandal Monastery in Mongolia Based on Tree-Ring Dating, (2008), Dendrochronologia 26 (2).
  • Davi, N.K., Jacoby, G.C., Curtis, A.E., Nachin, B., (2006), Extension of Drought Records for Central Asia using Tree Rings: West Central Mongolia, Journal of Climate19: 288-299.
  • Solomina, O., Davi, N., D’Arrigo, R. and Jacoby, G., (2005), Reconstructed Drought Variability on the Crimean Peninsula Over the Past Four Centuries. Geophysical Research Letters32
  • Kaufman, R., D’Arrigo, R., Laskowski, C., Myneni, R., Zhou, L., Davi, N, (2004), The Effect of Growing Season and Summer Greeness on Northern Forests. Geophysical Research Letters, Vol. 31 No. 9, Pp.4. 
  • D’Arrigo, R., Kaufman, R., Davi, N., Jacoby, G., Myneni, R., and Laskowski, C. Thresholds for Warming-Induced Growth Decline at Elevational Treeline in Yukon Territory, Canada, (2004), Global Biogeochemical Cycles18, GB3021, doi:10.1029/2004GB002249.
  • Davi, N,Jacoby, G., and Wiles, G. Boreal Temperature Variability Inferred from Maximum Latewood Density and Tree-Ring Width Data, Wrangell Mountain Region, Alaska, (2003), Quaternary Research60, 252-262.
  • Wiles, G., McAllister, R., Davi, N., Jacoby, G. Eolian response to little ice age climate change, Tana Dune, Chugach Mountains, Alaska, (2002), Arctic, Anarctic, and Alpine Res.: Vol.35, No.1, pp.67-73.
  • Davi, N.,D’Arrigo, R., Jacoby, G., Buckley, B., Kobayashi, O. Warm-Season Annual to Decadal Temperature Variability for Hokkaido, Japan Inferred from Maximum Latewood Density (AD 1557-1990) and Ring Width Data (AD 1532-1990), (2002),  Climatic Change52, 201-217
  • Wiles, G., Jacoby, G., Davi, N., McAllister, R. Late Holocene Glacial Fluctuation in the Wrangell Mountains, Alaska, (2002), Bulletin of Geological Society of America114, 896-908.

BOOKS, EDUCATIONAL PRODUCTS, AND OTHER PUBLICATIONS:

  • Davi N, Pringle P, Fiondella F, Lockwood J, Wattenburg F, Greidanus I, Fox S. (2018) TREX: Tree-Ring Expeditions: https://serc.carleton.edu/trex/index.html
  • Davi, N, Plake T, Sinton C, Turner R, Water Agriculture and Sustainability (2017): Curriculum for the InTeGrate, SERC—Science Education Resource Center, Carleton College. https://serc.carleton.edu/integrate/teaching_materials/water_sustainability/index.html
  • About Trees an artist book by Katie Holten. N. Davi chapter contributor “Tree Clocks and Climate Change”, (2016) Broken Dimanche Press ISBN: 978-3-943196-30-6
  • Davi N, Pederson N, D’Arrigo R, Buckley B, Cook E, Wiles G, Peteet D, Farewell to a Tattooed, Bourbon Drinking, Grudge Holding, Tree-coring, Brilliant Buddhist Badass of a Scientist, Invited Memorial (2015), Journal of Tree Ring Research.
  • Davi N, Pederson N, D’Arrigo R, Buckley B, Cook E, Wiles G, Peteet D, Farewell to a Tattooed, Bourbon Drinking, Tree-coring Scientist. Invited memorial (2015), Dendrochronolgia.
  • D'Arrigo R, N Davi, G Jacoby, R Wilson, G Wiles, Dendroclimatic Studies: Tree Growth and Climate Change in Northern Forests. American Geophysical Union and Wiley Press, Special Publication Series Monograph; 1st edition (May 27, 2014), received the 2014 Atmospheric Science Librarians International (ASLI) Choice Award, Honorable Mention. 

FUNDED RESEARCH:

  • Collaborative Research:  A Millennial Northwestern North American Treeline Blue Intensity Network based on Living and Subfossil Wood, NSF Paleo-Perspectives on Climate Change, $66,233, Pending
  • National Park Service: Building collaborative STEM Curriculum 2018-2019, 36k, Awarded. 
  • National Endowment of the Arts, Science Art Collaboration (PIs K. Evangelista, N. Davi) 2019-2020, 20k, Awarded
  • Collaborative Research: Calibrating Southeast Asian Proxies: Speleothems and Tree Rings, NSF Paleo-Perspectives on Climate Change P2C2  (PI M Griffiths, Co-PIs B Buckley, K Johnson, N Davi), October 2017-2020, ~800k Awarded.
  • Collaborative Research: Climate, human and ecosystem interactions in the face of a rapidly changing Asian steppe. Arctic Social Science, National Science Foundation (PI Honeychurch, Co-PI Gardner W, Fowell S, Davi N), ~500k, Feb. 2017-2022, Awarded 
  • Civic Engagement and Research Opportunities for Undergrads (PIs Davi N, Griffiths M). Landsberger Foundation: Awarded, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2019 (~12k-20k per award) Awarded
  • Sub-Contract to Chuo University Japan: Research on Evaluation of Mean State and Climate Extremes in The long Meteorological Records in Mongolia (PI Davi N, Lall U, D’Arrigo R). $73,252. November 2015-2017, Awarded
  • Collaborative Research: Using tree rings to develop critical scientific and mathematical thinking skills in undergraduate students, (PIs Davi N, Lead, Co-PI Wattenberg F)  NSF Transforming Undergraduate Education in STEM (TUES), 2014-2017, $248,392. Awarded
  • Toward a Deeper Understanding of Climate Induced Disaster in Mongolia: Identifying Mechanisms, Change and Vulnerability (Lead PI: N Davi). NSF Atmospheric and Geospace Sciences Postdoctoral Research Fellowships. 2011-2015 $172,000, Awarded 
  • Tree-Ring Reconstructions of Western North Pacific Climate Dynamics (D'arrigo, R, PI; Co-Pis: Anchukaitis, K, Davi, N) NSF Paleo-Perspectives on Climate Change 2012-2014 $686,982, Awarded
  • Elucidating Near-Term Climate Change Information to Guide Water Resources Decisions and Foster Sustainability, Earth Institute at Columbia University, Cross-Cutting Initiative, (Block P, PI; Co-PIs: N Davi, Green A, Marx S) 2010-2011: $34,000 Awarded
  • Synthesis of three decades of research of tree  growth In Northern Forests in relation to global climactic change, (D'arrigo, R, PI; Co-PIs: N Davi, Jacoby, G) NSF OPUS, 2010-2014: $132,000. Awarded
  • The influence of atmospheric and oceanic forcings on the Southwest and Northeast Monsoon over India:  A paleoclimate perspective (PIs Buckley B, Davi N). 2013 $10,069. Lamont Climate Center. Awarded

RELATED MEDIA:

 SELECTED ABSTRACTS/PRESENTATIONS:         

  • Wilson, R., Andreu Hayles, L., Cook, E., D’Arrigo, R., Davi, N., Haberbauer, L., Krusic, P., Luckman, B., Morimoto, D., Oelkers, R., Wood, C. Exorcising “divergence” using Blue Intensity in the southern Yukon. World Dendro Bhutan, June 2018
  • Gaglioti BV, Rao MP, Wiles GC, Oelkers R, N Wiesenberg, D’Arrigo RD, Wilson R, Andreu-Hayles L, Davi N,Cook, ER, Assessing the expression of volcanic cooling on North Pacific climate over the last millennium: the seasonal record from coastal Alaskan trees. special issue of Frontiers in Earth Science.
  • Davi N, Pringle P, Lockwood J, Fiondella F, Wattenburg F, Greidanus I, TREX (Tree-Ring Expeditions): curriculum modules that use tree-ring research techniques and data to develop critical scientific thinking skills in undergraduate students. National Association of Geoscience Teachers, Washington, June 2018
  • Leland C, Cook E, Andreu-Hayles L, Pederson N, Hessl A, Anchukaitis K, Byambasuren O, Nachin B, Davi N, D’Arrigo R, Griffin K, Bishop D, Rao M, Strip-bark morphology and radial growth trends of ancient Pinus sibiricatrees in Mongolia: Considerations for dendroclimatic reconstructions. World Dendro Bhutan, 2018.
  • Eric Howard, Richard Plattel, Elizabeth Judge, Nazila Yekanifard, Omar Mahmoud, Mike Dasilva, Nicole Davi,Martin A. Becker. 2018, A Preliminary Study of Microplastics and Microfibers at The Molly Ann Brook, NJ, GSA Sectional Burlington VT. March 2018
  • Davi N, Ilyse Goldman, Hazel England, and Bruce Balistrieri, Improving Geoscience Literacy Through Connections to the National Park Service and Community Partners, National Center for Science and Civic Engagement, NCSCE Science Communication Symposium, Washington DC, March 2018.
  • Leland C, Cook E, Andreu-Hayles L, Pederson N, Hessl A, Anchukaitis K, Byambasuren O, Nachin B, Davi N, D’Arrigo R, Griffin K, Bishop D, Palat Rao M, A comparison of radial growth trends from strip-bark and whole-bark Siberian Pine trees and implications for climate reconstruction AGU 2017, New Orleans.
  • Wiles G, Charlton J, Wilson R, D’Arrigo R, Gaglioti B, Wiesenberg N, Oelkers R, Hayles L, Davi N. Progress and promise in reconstructing north pacific climate from ring-width and blue intensity tree ring chronologies. GSA Washington, Nov. 2017.
  • Davi N, Tree-rings, Mongolian Paleo-Climate and Undergraduate Research, Silver Tip Ranch, Montana, July 2017.
  • Davi N, D’Arrigo R1, Oelker R1&2, Geary J2, Reyes CM2, Leland C1&3, and Rao MP, Developing improved climate reconstructions for Central Asia, Annual Meeting of the American Association of Geographers, Boston April 2017
  • Geary J, Oelkers R, Reyes C, Davi N, Generating new ultra-sensitive temperature reconstructions in Mongolia using blue intensity reflectance. Annual Meeting of the American Association of Geographers, Boston April 2017
  • Wilson R, D’Arrigo R, Andreu-Hayles L, Oelkers R, Wiles G, Anchukaitis K, Davi N, Blue Intensity based experiments for reconstructing North Pacific temperatures along the Gulf of Alaska, EGU 2017
  • Leland C, Cook E, Pederson, HesslA, Andreu-HaylesA, AnchukaitisA,  NachinB, ByambasurenO,Davi N, D’ArrigoR, Palat RaoM, Strip bark morphology and radial growth trends of Ancient Pinus sibirica trees in Mongolia: Considerations for dendroclimatic reconstructions. PAGES Young Scientists Meeting, Spain, Spring 2017.
  • Davi N, Fattal L, Rosenthal J, Tree-ring research through current technologies informs, makes accessible and nurtures scientific inquiry and an aesthetic sensibility to understand climate change, NJ Edge Conference Nov. 2016.
  • Davi N, Wattenburg F, Pringle P, Caulkins J, Griedanus I, Fiondella F, Oelkers R, Using Tree-Ring data to Develop Critical Scientific and Mathematical Thinking Skills in Undergraduate Students, Envisioning the Future of Undergraduate STEM Education: research and Practice Symposium, Washing DC April 27-29th, 2016 Sponsored by AAAS and NSF.
  • Davi N, Positioning Research for Competitive Federally Funded Grants.  Invited Speaker, Advancing Research, Scholarship and Creative Expression at William Paterson University, April 2016.
  • Hansen* K, Wiles G, Oelkers R, D’Arrigo R, Andreu-Hayles L, Davi N,Strengthening the climate signal in tree-ring records using blue intensity methods: Gulf of Alaska. William Paterson University Research & Scholarship Day April 2016 (*Student Presentation)
  • Geary J*, Oelkers R, Davi N, Björklund J, An International Comparison of Tree-Ring Density. William Paterson University Research & Scholarship Day April 2016 (*Student Presentation)
  • C Sinton, N Davi,R Turner, T Plake, Teaching About Sustainability of Water Resources and Agriculture,. Association of Environmental Studies and Science, April 2016 Washington DC.
  • MP Rao, BI Cook, R D’Arrigo, AN LeGrande, C Leland, ER Cook, BM Buckley, NK Davi, K Anchukaitis, KL Griffin, European hydroclimate response to tropical volcanic forcing over the past millennium, LDEO Volcanic Impacts workshop, 2016.
  • Davi N, Invited speaker, Testing Blue Light technology on Temperature Sensitive Cores from Mongolia, Ameri-Dendro Conference, March 2016, Mendoza, Argentina.
  • Björklund J, Wood Densitometry Consortium (includes N Davi). Towards an International Benchmarking of Wood Density and Blue Intensity Measurements for Dendroclimatological Research. Ameri-Dendro Conference, March 2016, Mendoza, Argentina.
  • Wiles, G.; Happ, M.; Oelkers, R.; Wilson, R. ; D’Arrigo, R.; Solomina, O.  Davi, ; N.; Andreu-Hayles, L.; Anchukaitis, K., Development of Blue Intensity (BI) Chronologies along the North Pacific Rim. Ameri-Dendro Conference, March 2016, Mendoza, Argentina.
  • Andreu-Hayles, L.; D’arrigo, R.; Oelkers, R.; Anchukaitis, K.J.; Wiles, G., Wilson, R.; Frank, D.; Davi, N., Blue Intensity (BI) and Maximum Latewood Density (MXD) tree-ring chronologies from Alaska and Yukon Territory, Canada,  Ameri-Dendro Conference, March 2016, Mendoza, Argentina.
  • Oelkers*, R.C.; Darrigo, R.;Andreu-Hayles, L.Wiles, G., Wilson. R.; Davi, N.K.; Buckley, B., The temperature signal of Blue Light Intensity (BI) tree-ring data sets from trees growing under distinct environmental conditions, Ameri-Dendro Conference, March 2016, Mendoza, Argentina. (*Student Presentation)
  • Oelkers R, Davi N, D’Arrigo R., A long-term context for rapid warming in Mongolia and introduction to a new climat proxy. Rutgers Regional Climate Symposium, Nov. 2015, (*Student Presentation)
  • Davi N, R D’ Arrigo, Cook ER, Anchukaitis K, Nachin B, Rao M, Leland C, Oelkers R, A Long-Term Context (931-2005 C.E.) for Rapid Warming Over Central Asia. American Geophysical Union Fall 2015 Conference, San Francisco.
  • Davi N, F Wattenberg, P Pringle, F Fiondella, I Greidanus, and Rose Oelkers,Using Tree-Ring data to Develop Critical Scientific and Mathematical Thinking Skills in Undergraduate Students. American Geophysical Union Fall 2015 Conference, San Francisco.
  • Fiondella F, R Fowler, N Davi, Picture This: The Art of Using Museum and Science Collaborations to Teach about Climate Change. American Geophysical Union Fall 2015 Conference, San Francisco.
  • Sanders*R, N Davi,I Goldman, M Griffiths, B Balistriri, B Golden and A Aryasz* 2015. Connecting Grade 3-12 Students to Natural Geoscience Processes in Their Local Urban National Park, Geological Society of America, Baltimore, Maryland, Nov. 2015 (*Student Presentation)
  • R Sanders*, N Davi,I Goldman, M Griffiths, B Balistriri, B Golden and A Aryasz* 2015. Connecting Grade 3-12 Students to Natural Geoscience Processes in Their Local Urban National Park, Re: NJ Science Convention, Princeton NJ Oct. 2015 (*Student Presentation)
  • Davi N, Climate Change and the Impact on People Historically, Department of Elementary and Early Childhood Education, William Paterson University, 7thAnnualDiversity Conference. June 2015
  • Davi N, Dzuds, droughts, and livestock mortality during unprecedented warming (931-2005 C.E.) in Mongolia, William Paterson University Research & Scholarship DayApril 2015
  • E Gerry*, N Davi,A Dendro-Archaeological Study of Historic Structures from Rockland County, New York, William Paterson University Research & Scholarship DayApril 2015 (*Student Presentation).
  • R Sanders*, N Davi,I Goldman, M Griffiths, B Balistriri, B Golden and A Aryasz* 2015. Connecting Grade 3-12 Students to Natural Geoscience Processes in Their Local Urban National Park, William Paterson University Research & Scholarship Day, April 2015 (*Student Presentation)
  • R Wilson, K Anchukaitis, K Briffa, U Büntgen, E Cook, R D' Arrigo, N Davi, Jan Esper, Dave Frank, Björn Gunnarson, Gabi Hegerl, S Klesse, P Krusic, Hans Linderholm, Z Peng, M Rydval, l schneider, S Tett, G Wiles and E  Zorita, Are tree-ring based estimates for Northern Hemisphere medieval temperatures fit for purpose? European Geophysical Union meeting 2015, Vienna, Austria.
  • Frederick S, Solomina O, D'arrigo R, Anchukaitis K, Dolgova E, Matskovsky V, Maratovna T, Grabenko E,  Davi N, Wiles G, Tree-Ring Reconstruction of the Paleoclimatic History for the Russian Far East. GSA Annual Meeting in Vancouver, British Columbia (19–22 October 2014)
  • Leland C, Pederson N, Seim A, Davi N, Hessl A, Nachin B, Climatic Convergence? Recent Synchronicity Among Tree-ring Records Across Mongolia. Tree-Rings in Archaeology, Climatology and Ecology. Aviemore, May 2014
  • Oelkers R*, Crapella J*, Davi N, & D'Arrigo R, Expeditions into Tree-ring Research: Developing a Photo Archive for Public Outreach and Education. William Paterson University Research & Scholarship Day (April 2014)  (*Student Presentation)
  • Thompson C*, Gerry E*, Nichols D*, Heye M*, Scimeca R*, Davi N, Griffiths M, Goldman I, Student-Led Development of Earth Science Curriculum for Paterson Schools Grades 4, 7, and 8: A collaboration between William Paterson University, the Paterson Great Falls National Historic Park and the Paterson Museum. William Paterson University Research & Scholarship Day (April 3rd, 2014) & the 8th Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium in the Biological Sciencesat William Paterson University (April 12th, 2014). (*Student Presentation)
  • Davi N, Climate reconstruction and livestock mortality in Mongolia. Invited speaker. Center for Arctic Studies, Smithsonian Institution. May 2013

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