Talia Anderson

About Talia Anderson

Talia is a M.A. student in the School of Geography and Development and the Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research. For her master's research, she was awarded a Fulbright Study and Research Grant to study hydroclimate variability of wetlands in the Chilean Altiplano using tree rings and remote sensing. Previously, she has developed and analyzed new Guatemalan tree-ring chronologies in order to study how climate change might impact forests in Central America.

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Talia Anderson
M.A. Student, Graduate Research Assistant in the Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research

Degree(s)

B.S. Geography, University of Minnesota, 2016

B.A. Spanish Studies, University of Minnesota, 2016