Two Volume Books on Biomass Burning in South/Southeast Asia : Editors Krishna Vadrevu, Toshimasa Ohara, Chris Justice
Yiqun Xie Receives NSF Award to Investigate Novel Spatial Data Science Techniques for Complex Mixture Patterns
Department of Geographical Sciences Presents at the American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting
News & Events
In a new policy perspective article published today in the journal Science, Geographical Sciences adjunct professor Richard Moss and co-authors write that current approaches for planning relocation for potentially millions of people affected by climate change and related risks are “woefully inadequate" and risk worsening societal in
A 2019 graduate of the Department of Geographical Sciences MSGIS program, Siddharth Pandey has been name to the 2021 Geospatial World 50 Rising Stars list.
The Department is pleased to announce that nine Professional Track (PTK) faculty members were approved for promotion.
Cropland Burning Research Used As Evidence To Support Ukraine's New National Strategy For Landscape Fire Management
In March 2019, Dr. Joanne Hall (Assistant Research Professor) was invited to Ukraine by the International Cryosphere Climate Initiative (ICCI) to present on monitoring open burning and emissions using satellites within cropland. Following this meeting, Dr. Joanne Hall gathered and led a team of international collaborators and local experts, including Dr.