Mountain streams are a critical part of the global carbon cycle, because they connect terrestrial and aquatic environments and have a higher proportion of stream water in direct contact with surrounding soils. A new study led by three geography undergraduate … Continued
Contested Territory: Điện Biên Phủ and the Making of Northwest Vietnam (2019) Friday, August 14, 12:00pm – 1:45pm EDT Join us on Friday, August 14th, 2020 – the 75th anniversary of the start of the Vietnamese Revolution – at 12 … Continued
In this new UNC pilot program, students will learn Vietnamese alongside students enrolled at SOAS in London and other international learners from around the world. The synchronous teaching from an institution highly ranked for its pedagogy will allow students to … Continued
The podcast is here: https://curs.unc.edu/2020/07/21/viewpoints-on-resilient-equitable-responses-to-the-pandemic-michael-emch-covid-19-in-africa/
Land Cover and Land Use Change on Islands Social & Ecological Threats to Sustainability Editors: Walsh, S.J., Riveros-Iregui, D., Acre-Nazario, J., Page, P.H. (Eds.) Springer-Nature (2020) https://www.springer.com/gp/book/9783030439729 Globalization in the 21st century is posing new challenges to humans and natural … Continued
Geography faculty Jon Lepofsky will be a teaching fellow with the Institute of African American Research’s initiative for Student Learning to Advance Truth and Equity (IAAR-SLATE) this fall 2020. Jon’s First Year Seminar: Making Myth-Leading Memories: Landscapes of Remembrance (GEOG58) … Continued
Dr. Delamater and PhD student Rachel Woodul’s COVID-19 research in North Carolina (https://nc-covid.org) was featured in the News and Observer (https://www.newsobserver.com/article243951007.html) and on television! (https://www.cbs17.com/news/north-carolina-news/actual-nc-number-of-total-covid-19-cases-could-be-7-times-as-large-as-state-count-experts-say/)
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Graduate students Montana Eck and Andrew Murray recently published a paper in the journal of Agricultural and Forest Meteorology which investigates the impact of climate anomalies on crop yield in the southeastern United States.
Professor Diego Riveros-Iregui has received a grant from the National Science Foundation titled “Conceptualizing and quantifying the function of beaver dams and stormwater ponds on the hydrology and biogeochemistry of urban streams.” This is a collaborative grant with Georgia State … Continued