|I am a geographer, employing the theory,
data, and methods of Geographic
Information Science, Remote Sensing, and Cartography for the
currently an Assistant Professor in the Department
of Geography and Environment at Rowan
University in Glassboro, New Jersey, teaching the following courses:
Article in Addision County Independent, 11/3/2011, p A1 & A14
|From 2010 to summer 2011, I was employed as a
postdoctoral research associate in the Geography Department at
University in association with the Environmental Damage in
Yucatán project, directed by Dr. Laura
|This interdisciplinary project is focused on the social and ecological impacts and responses following Hurricane Dean, which struck the peninsula as a category 5 storm in August, 2007.
|My dissertation research, in the Lerma-Chapala-Santiago watershed of central Mexico, sought to resolve three major challenges regarding the use of coarse-resolution remotely sensed data for the analysis of land change. Under the advisorship of Drs. John Rogan and B. L. Turner, II, I completed my PhD at the Graduate School of Geography of Clark University in 2010, entitled Land Change in Central Mexico: Landscape Heterogeneity, Natural Variability, and Classification Uncertainty.
|last updated 2013-04-06, though
barely. email me for better information!