The research and teaching interests of the faculty spans a broad range of systematic, technical, and regional specializations. Primary areas include the following: Environmental Geography (environmental assessment, analysis and management; conservation; environmental planning); Nature‐Society Relationships (human‐environment interactions; cultural and political ecology); Geospatial Techniques (geographic information science; cartography and geovisualization; remote sensing); Regional Development Studies (rural livelihoods; the developing world; gender issues; Latin America; Southeast Asia; Sub‐Saharan Africa; North America); Physical Geography (biogeography; geomorphology; meteorology and climatology).
Polar meteorology and climatology, climate variability and change, stratosphere - troposphere interactions
Political ecology/economy of urban environments including neoliberalization, the state, governance, voluntarism, and the agency of nonhuman organisms
Gender and development, social geographies, informal sector, Argentina