Dylan Fischer, PhD, Forest Ecosystem Ecology, Community Ecology, and Tree Physiology

“My research in ecosystem ecology addresses linkages between plant diversity and ecosystem function, and community responses to disturbance. I focus on forest ecology, big disturbances, soil carbon, nutrient cycling, root dynamics, tree physiology, and forest carbon cycling. When I’m not doing research or teaching, you’ll find me on the trail, mountain biking, road biking, sea kayaking and canoeing in the south sound, playing on rivers, or hanging out with my wife, daughter, and our two dogs Gladys and Bohdi.”




Collaborating Faculty at Evergreen: 

Carri LeRoy, PhD, Stream and Community Ecology




Abir1Abir Biswas, PhD



AlisonAlison Styring, PhD