Gerstner, N., Hall, A.R., and Kirsch, S. 2022 (online first). “An Archive of Good Roads and Racial Capitalism in North Carolina” Human Geography. DOI: 10.1177/19427786221134092
Contents Chapter 1: Background about Green Initiatives Chapter 2: Payments for Environmental Services Chapter 3: Concurrent Green Initiatives in the USA Chapter 4: Concurrent Green Initiatives in China Chapter 5: Concurrent Green Initiatives in Fanjingshan National Nature Reserve, China Chapter … Continued
Geography major (BA, 2021) Katie McMahon published an article based on her honors thesis in the journal “Global Environmental Change” (2021). Co-authored with Prof. Gray, the article explores climate change, social vulnerability, and child nutrition in South Asia. Originally from … Continued
Article Titled: Mountain Living and the Importance of Local Information Outlets for Severe Weather. This article was the culmination of a Duke Bass Connections research project that aimed to investigate how people living in the mountains of western North Carolina … Continued
Graduate student Kriddie Whitmore published a paper in the journal Ecosphere, examining the effects of geomorphology on aquatic carbon transformation in the Ecuadorian Andes. Her study provides the first estimates of gas transfer velocity in a high-elevation tropical catchment across … Continued
Brandt, K., V. Goel, C. Keeler, G. J. Bell, A. E. Aiello, G. Corbie-Smith, E. Wilson, A. Fleischauer, M. Emch & R. M. Boyce (2021) SARS-CoV-2 Testing in North Carolina: Racial, ethnic, and geographic disparities. Health & Place, 102576.
Shao, Y., A. J. Cooner & S. J. Walsh (2021) Assessing Deep Convolutional Neural Networks and Assisted Machine Perception for Urban Mapping. Remote Sensing, 13, 1523.
Lentz’s book “Contested Territory” is subject of an H-Diplo Roundtable with reviews by Lien-Hang Nguyen, Pierre Asselin, Brad Davis, and Michitake Aso. Reflecting on the book and the exchange it inspired, Columbia University’s Prof. Nguyen writes, “If Lentz is representative … Continued
Recent graduate and major in geography, Ezra Rawitsch (BA, 2019) just published a journal article called “Seeing Sapa” in URBAN PEOPLE | LIDÉ MĚSTA 22 | 2020 based on his undergraduate thesis. Bravo! For more information, please visit the link.