Many of the people working at the Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research have joint appointments in other departments (notably with others in the School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, The School of Natural Resources and the Environment, and Anthropology, or are involved in collaborations such as the Center for Mediterranean Archeology and the Environment; most graduate students are registered through another department at the University of Arizona, even those whose lab or office space is in the Bryant Bannister Tree-Ring Building. Please consult the following-sub directories if you cannot find a person on the building directory: they may be based at another location.

Bannister Building Directory

Room numbers identify floors: numbers starting with 3 are on the third floor, those with 4 on the fourth. The 300A and 400A numbers are large open-plan spaces accommodating several desks. The elevator in the main lobby is the most convenient route to the upper floors.