Donald G. SullivanAssociate Professor
1989 PhD, geography, University of California-Berkeley
1982 MA, geography, University of California-Berkeley
1974 BA, anthropology, University of California-Berkeley
1971 AA, Fullerton Junior College
My research interests focus on Late Quaternary environmental change. My students and I use a variety of biological and biogeochemical analyses of sediments recovered from lakes and peatlands to try to reconstruct high resolution records of paleotemperature and paleoprecipitation. The goals of this work are to better understand past environmental conditions and the factors that produced them, and to better anticipate future climate changes.