The deadline is Nov. 13 noon, 2020. You can submit digital maps, or online maps (URLs) via this link. The best three maps will be decided by a panel of GIS specialists. Students who create the best three maps … Continued
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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
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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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
The Bowman and Gordon Gray Professorship is one of the UNC’s most esteemed awards for excellence in undergraduate teaching. The five-year professorship provides a salary supplement, an annual research fund, and a highly valued sabbatical. More than 70 faculty members … Continued