Science faculty Kyle Dittmer was published in a special issue of the science journal, Climatic Change, devoted to climate change and its impacts on indigenous communities in the United States, in September 2013.
Department of Science and Mathematics
MS, Geology-College Instruction, Eastern Washington University
BS, Meteorology, United States Department of Agriculture-Grad School
BS, Oceanography, University of Washington
BS, Geological Sciences, University of Washington
Portland Rocks! Exploring the Geology Under Our Feet
Kyle has traveled all over the world on geological and climate change projects. He is currently conducting climate change impact work from the Iceland volcanic eruption of 2010. That same year, he traveled to Wuppertal, Germany, to discover the latest climate change research by their scientists. In 2006, Kyle traveled to Copenhagen to initiate collaboration with scientists at the Danish Climate Center to study climate change in Greenland.
Hydrologist-Meteorologist, Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission
Meteorology Instructor, Portland Community College, Southeast Center
American Indian Science and Engineering Society
American Institute of Hydrology
American Meteorological Society, President, Oregon Chapter (2005-09)
American Water Resource Association
National Speleological Society