What is diversity? Why must we, as geographers, be concerned with how our work addresses power disparities and social differences? Adam Bledsoe, PhD Candidate in Geography, studies traditional Afro-Brazilian communities who defend their land from appropriation. His research offers insights into … Continued
UNC College of Arts and Sciences recognizes Professor Larry Band for his being voted an AGU Fellow and describes his scientific contributions. Link it to http://college.unc.edu/2015/09/15/geophysicalfellows/
Professor Larry Band was elected a Fellow of the American Geophysical Union (AGU). This honor is given to individual AGU members who have made exceptional scientific contributions and attained acknowledged eminence in the fields of Earth and space sciences. … Continued
Reyes, A. (2015) Zapatismo: Other Geographies Circa ‘The End of the World’. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 33, 408-424.
Jones, C., C. Song & A. Moody (2015) Where’s woolly? An integrative use of remote sensing to improve predictions of the spatial distribution of an invasive forest pest the Hemlock Woolly Adelgid. Forest Ecology and Management, 358, 222-229
Gray, C. L., M. Bozigar & R. E. Bilsborrow (2015) Both extensive and intensive study designs are needed to understand wild resource harvesting: A reply to Sirén. Biological Conservation, 189.
Wang, L., S. Manzoni, S. Ravi, D. Riveros-Iregui & K. Caylor (2015) Dynamic interactions of ecohydrological and biogeochemical processes in water-limited systems. Ecosphere, 6, art133.
Olson, E. (2015) Geography and ethics I Waiting and urgency. Progress in Human Geography, 39, 517-526.
Bledsoe, A. (2015) The Negation and Reassertion of Black Geographies in Brazil. ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies, 14, 324-343.
Dr. Havice receives NSF GSS grant for “Tracking mobile marine species: Spatial data, visualization and the science-policy interface” Ocean governance is of increasing interest to scientific and policy communities and presents unique challenges based on the ecological and political nature … Continued