Andreas is a postdoc at Fort Collins Science Center stationed at the New Mexico Landscapes Field Station. His research includes demography, disturbance, and dynamics of southwestern forests and woodlands.
Andreas Wion earned a bachelor’s degree in Anthropology from the University of Colorado Boulder in 2014. He previously worked as a seasonal botanist and archaeologist for the US Forest Service in Utah and South Dakota. He earned a PhD in Ecology from Colorado State University in 2022. Since joining the USGS, he has continued to work on research projects involving tree mortality and forest die-off, mast seeding, and ecosystem transformation following fires and drought. Andreas is currently building a program of ecological forecasting to improve management of dry forest and woodland ecosystems in the southwest.
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