The University of Cincinnati will close at 2:30PM Wednesday 3/4/15 due to the inclement weather.  Classes are canceled, and all offices -- with the exception of those noted in the UC emergency closing policy (University Rule 30-16-01) -- will be closed.  

Students at the Academic Health Center should follow their college’s inclement weather plan.

QARGMcMicken College of Arts & SciencesQuarternary and Anthropocene Research GroupUniversity of Cincinnati

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Wendy R. Eisner

Wendy R. Eisner
Eisner's Research
Department of Geography
Associate Professor
Polar Regions

Dr. Eisner’s research interests include the use of palynological analysis to reconstruct past vegetation, landscape, and climate, mainly in the Arctic.

QARG Publications
Eisner, W.R., Cuomo, C.J., Hinkel, K.M., Jones, B.J. and Brower, R.H., Sr. 2009. Advancing landscape change research through the incorporation of Iñupiaq Knowledge. Arctic, 62: 429-442.

Eisner, W.R., Bockheim, J.G., Hinkel, K.M., Brown, T.A., Nelson, F.E., Peterson, K.M., and Jones, B.M. 2005. Paleoenvironmental analyses of an organic deposit from an erosional landscape remnant, Arctic Coastal Plain of Alaska, Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 217: 187-204.

Eisner, W.R. and Kamermans, H. 2004. Late Quaternary Vegetation History of Latina, Italy: a Final Report on the Mezzaluna Core, in S. Holstrom, A. Voorrips & H. Kamermans (eds) The Agro Pontino Archaeological Survey (CD-ROM), Archaeological Studies ASLU, Vol. 11, Leiden University, Leiden.