Long-term vulnerability and resilience of coupled human-natural ecosystems to fire regime and climate changes at an ancient Wildland Urban Interface, NSF Dynamics of Coupled-Human Natural Systems Program project, principal investigator
Integrating Historic Patterns of Wildfire, Emissions, and Climate for Siberia as a Basis for Estimating the Impacts of Fire on Carbon Cycling, NOAA Terrestrial Ecosystems and US Forest Service, co-principal investigator
Swetnam, T.W., C.H. Baisan, A.C. Caprio, P.M. Brown, R.S. Anderson, and D.W. Hallett, 2009. Multi-millennia fire history of the Giant Forest, Sequoia National Park, USA. Fire Ecology, 5(3):117-147.
Williams, A.P., C.D. Allen, A.K. Macalady, R.D. Griffin, C.A. Woodhouse, D.M. Meko, T.W. Swetnam, S.A. Rauscher, R. Seager, H.D. Grissino-Mayer, J.S. Dean, E.R. Cook, C. Gangodagamage, M. Cai, and N.G. McDowell. Temperature as a potent driver of regional forest drought stress and tree mortality. Nature Climate Change, 2(10): 1–6, 2012.
Stephens, S.L., J.K. Agee, P.Z. Fulé, M.P. North, W.H. Romme, T.W. Swetnam, and M.G. Turner. Land use, 2013 Managing forests and fire in changing climates,Science, 342(6154): 41–2.
2012 to present: Regents’ Professor of Dendrochronology 2000 to present: Director, Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research
1988 to 2012: Assistant/Associate/Professor of Dendrochronology, Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research 1978-1980: Forestry Technician, U. S. Forest Service, Gila Wilderness, New Mexico
1976-1977: Park Technician, National Park Service, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona
Ph.D., University of Arizona, Geosciences, 1987
M.S., University of Arizona, Watershed Management, 1983
B.S., University of New Mexico, General Biology, Chemistry, 1977