This interactive map is a key portion of my Masters Thesis work at the University of Wisconsin. The project attempts to create a fun, useful, and informative visualization of paleoecological data from the Neotoma Paleoecological Database. Visualizing changes in community composition across time and space is difficult, and interactive web-based tools to interact with historical vegetation patterns in multiple dimensions are rare. I'm working with Dr. Jack Williams, a prominent paleoecologist (and my advisor) and Dr. Robert Rob, a well known expert in interactive map design, to develop a tool for data exploration by students and career scientists alike. Check the Github for updates, as I'm making progress daily.