I am a biogeographer with interests in present and past vegetation communities aimed at understanding the climatic versus anthropogenic controls of plant distributions in the temperate and tropical latitudes. My research explores the linkages among vegetation, climate , and disturbance through time from the local to global scales.
- B.A., Anthropology/Archaeology, University of Maine
- M.S., Quaternary Studies Program/Paleobotany, Northern Arizona University
- Ph.D., Department of Geography/Biogeography, University of Oregon
Mitchell James Power , Born: Portland, Maine, USA