Faculty Research

Ronda Brulotte

Brulotte, R. L. (2017). Alcohol and Ambivalence in Mexico and the Americas. Latin American Research Review, 52(5), 910–915. DOI: http://doi.org/10.25222/larr.227>

John Carr

Carr, J. & Milstein, T. (2018) Keep Burning Coal or the Manatee Gets It: Rendering The Carbon Economy Invisible through Endangered Species Protection, Antipode 50(1), 82-100


Chris Duvall

Duvall, C.S. (2019) The African Roots of Marijuana. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.

Duvall, C.S. (2019) A brief agricultural history of cannabis in Africa, from prehistory to canna-colony. EchoGéo(48): article 3.

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Miriam Gay-Antaki

Gay-Antaki, Miriam. 2020. "Feminist Geographies of Climate Change: Negotiating Gender at Climate Talks." Geoforum 115: 1–10.

Gay-Antaki, Miriam, and Diana Liverman. 2018. "Climate for Women in Climate Science: Women Scientists and the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 115(9): 2060–65.

Gay-Antaki, Miriam. 2016. "'Now We Have Equality': A Feminist Political Ecology Analysis of Carbon Markets in Oaxaca, Mexico." Journal of Latin American Geography 15(3): 49–66.

Xi Gong

Gong, X, Lin, Y, Bell, M.L., Zhan, F.B. 2018. Associations between maternal residential proximity to air emissions from industrial facilities and low birth weight in Texas, USA. Environment International 120:181–198; doi:10.1016/j.envint.2018.07.045.

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Maria Lane

Lane, K. M. D. (2019) Commentary: Old and New. Special issue on “Interdisciplinary Research on Past Environments through the Lens of Historical-Critical Physical Geographies,” edited by Kirsten Greer, Katie Hemsworth, Adam Csank, and Kirby Calvert, Historical Geography 46: 151-159. DOI: 10.1353/hgo.2018.0029.

Dunnett, O. O., A. S. Maclaren, J. Klinger, K. M. D. Lane, D. Sage (2019) Geographies of outer space: progress and opportunities. Progress in Human Geography 43(2):314-336. DOI: 10.1177/0309132517747727.

Cáceres-Arteaga, N., O. Ayala-Campaña, D. Rosero-Vaca, & K. M. D. Lane (2018) Historical climate analysis and projection of future climatic scenarios for the Andean canton of Pedro Moncayo, Ecuador. Revista Geográfica de America Central 3(61E): 297-318. DOI: 10.15359/rgac.61-3.15.


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Yan Lin

Lin, Y., Wan, N., Sagert, S., Gong, X., and Davies, A. 2018. A multimodal relative spatial access assessment approach to measure spatial accessibility to primary care providers. International Journal of Health Geographics 17:33.

Ni, J., Liang, M., Lin, Y., Wu, Y., Wang, C. 2019. Multi-Mode Two-Step Floating Catchment Area (2SFCA) Method to Measure the Potential Spatial Accessibility of Healthcare Services. International Journal of Geo-Information 8(5): 236


Cait Lippitt

Lippitt, C.L., Stow, D.S., Roberts, D.A., Coulter, L. 2017. Multidate MESMA for monitoring vegetation growth forms in southern California shrublands. International Journal of Remote Sensing.DOI: 10.1080/01431161.2017.1388936.

Chris Lippitt

*Bajracharya, P., C.D. Lippitt, and S. Sultana. In Press. Modeling Urban Growth and Land Use Change in Albuquerque using SLEUTH. Professional Geographer.

Lippitt, C.D. and S. Zhang. 2018. The Impact of Small Unmanned Airborne Systems on Remote Sensing; a conceptual perspective. International Journal of Remote Sensing: 39:15-16, 4852-4868.

*Loerch, A., C.D. Lippitt, and Gernot Paulas. 2018. Change Detection with Structure from Motion - The Impact of Repeat Station Imaging. GI Forum – Journal of Geographic Information Science, Volume 1.

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Bo Romero

Romero, B. E., & Clarke, K. C. (2018). Exploring uncertainties in terrain feature extraction across multi-scale, multi-feature, and multi-method approaches for variable terrain. Cartography and Geographic Information Science 45(5): 381-399. DOI: 10.1080/15230406.2017.1335235

Ben Warner

Warner, B. P., Gartner, J. D., & Hatch, C. E. (2017). Fluvial geomorphic assessment and river corridor mapping as flood risk management tools in Massachusetts, USA. Journal of Flood Risk Managementhttp://doi.org/10.1111/jfr3.12328

Warner, Benjamin P., Daniel L. Childers, Christopher Kuzdas, and Gabriela Stocks. 2018. “Smallholder Adaptation to Drought in Costa Rica’s Crony Capitalist Rice Economy.” Development and Change. http://doi:10.1111/dech.12420 

Warner, Benjamin P, and Christopher P Kuzdas. 2017. “The Role of Political Economy in Framing and Producing Transformative Adaptation.” Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 29. Elsevier B.V.: 69–74. http://doi:10.1016/j.cosust.2017.12.012