Individuals ( * indications affiliation with ERI)
• Richard Applebaum*, Global Studies: World-system theory; global production and labor; science, technology, and society
• Jean Carlson*: Physics: Natural hazards; human impacts
• Richard Church, Geography: Specializes in analyzing problems defined over time and space that include transportation, water resources systems, and urban and environmental systems.
• Keith Clarke, Geography: Spatial analyses of development, human population growth, and human impacts on natural and urban landscapes.
• Helen Couclelis, Geography: Urban and regional modeling; planning; and development
• Michael Goodchild: Geography: Spatial and temporal analysis; some research includes investigating new and improved conservation planning and implementation strategies.
• Kostas Goulias, Geography: Investigates regional transportation patterns in order to address issues concerning GHG emissions, natural resource availability and transport, homeland security, and disaster management
• Trevor Hayton, Chemistry: New methods for decontamination and waste treatment
• Phaedon, Kyriakidis*, Geography: Natural hazards; earth system science,;environmental information management
• David Lopez-Carr, Geography: Human dynamics of global climate change with a regional focus in Latin America (rural poverty and development, health, population, land use/ cover change).
• Joe McFadden, Geography: Land-use/ land-cover change; biosphere and atmosphere interactions; Earth system science; sustainability science; urban ecology
• Greg Mohr, Environmental Studies: Environmental planning, and restoration.
• Dar Roberts, Geography: Spatial analyses and remote sensing of vegetation, land-use/ land-cover change, and urban and natural landscapes.
• Stuart Sweeney, Geography: Research focuses on urban and regional planning, population modeling, and the economics, environmental and social costs associated with population growth.
• Paul Wack, Environmental Studies: Planning; agricultural land preservation; environmental assessment; sustainable communitiesPrint This Page