The deadline is Nov. 15 noon, 2021. 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 will also … Continued
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Curley, A. (2018) A failed green future: Navajo Green Jobs and energy “transition” in the Navajo Nation. Geoforum, 88, 57-65.
Andrew Curley recently received a research grant from the Wenner-Gren Foundation for the project “The End of Navajo Coal,” which builds on his dissertation work on the social nature of coal in the Navajo Nation (2013-2014). Andrew’s follow up project … Continued
Many thanks to everyone who came to our final seminar of the year to celebrate our four amazing Senior Honors Thesis Writers! Congratulations and kudos to Jack Cordes, Martha Isaacs, Tony Liu, and Julianna Ritter for your hard work, thoughtfulness, … Continued
Zhang, Y., C. Song, L. E. Band, G. Sun & J. Li (2017) Reanalysis of global terrestrial vegetation trends from MODIS products: Browning or greening? Remote Sensing of Environment, 191, 145-155.
Dr. Andrew Curley, postdoctoral fellow in Geography, published the essay “Water is Life and Life is Sovereignty: Context and Considerations for Critical Geographers” in Antipode’s Intervention. The essay discusses how the history and power of tribal sovereignty need to be … Continued
Gergan, M. D. (2016) Living with Earthquakes and Angry Deities at the Himalayan Borderlands. Annals of the American Association of Geographers, 1-9. DOI: 10.1080/24694452.2016.1209103