David W. Stahle

Distinguished Professor
Director, Tree-Ring Laboratory
Department of Geosciences        Ozark Hall 216
University of Arkansas                   Fayetteville, Arkansas 72701
(479) 575–3703                                 dstahle@uark.edu

Education

1990     Arizona State University, Physical Geography, Ph.D.
1978     University of Arkansas, Archaeology, M.A.
1973     University of Arizona, Anthropology, B.A.

Professional Experience

2005–present       Distinguished Professor of Geosciences, University of Arkansas
1980–present       Director, Tree–Ring Laboratory, University of Arkansas
1998–2005             Professor, Department of Geosciences, University of Arkansas
1992–1998             Associate Professor, Department of Geography, University of Arkansas
1989–1992             Assistant Professor, Department of Geography, University of Arkansas
1986–1988             Teaching Associate, Department of Geography, Arizona State University
1980–1988             Research Associate, Department of Geography, University of Arkansas
1977–1980             Research Assistant, Arkansas Archaeological Survey, Univ. of Arkansas

Awards

2008    Outstanding Climate Science Paper, California Dept. of Water Resources
2011    Editors Citation for Excellence in Refereeing, Geophysical Research Letters
2015    Elected Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science 2018 Ellen Mosley-Thompson Best Publication Award in Paleoenvironmental Change, Association of American Geographers

Professional Societies

American Association for the Advancement of Science
American Geophysical Union
American Meteorological Society
Tree–Ring Society

Doctoral Dissertation

1990    The Tree–Ring Record of False Spring in the Southcentral USA. Arizona State University

Masters Thesis

1978    Tree–Ring Dating of Selected Arkansas Log Buildings. University of Arkansas