Grad Students
  • Heather Agnew

    Illicit commodity flows, legality/ illegality, domestic and transnational counternarcotics policies, geopolitics and historical geography of the war on drugs at the US-Mexico border.

    Subfield: Political Geography, Geopolitics, Borderlands

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    Email    heatheragnew@ucla.edu
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  • Luis F. Alvarez León

    Subfield: Economic GeographyInformation and Communication TechnologiesDigital EconomyIntellectual PropertyInternet GovernanceGeopoliticsGeographic InformationVariegated CapitalismAreas: United States, European Union, México

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    Email    lfalvarez – a t – ucla – d o t – edu
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  • Karen An

    I am currently using interferometric synthetic aperture radar (InSAR) and polarimetric SAR (PolSAR) data to study land subsidence and potential levee seepages in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta for emergency response after flood and earthquake events. I am working with NASA JPL collaborators to provide GIS tools to aid the CA Dept. of Water Resources with their current levee monitoring efforts. 

    Subfield: Remote Sensing, GIS, InSAR, Natural Disasters

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    Email    karenan@ucla.edu
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  • Dimitar Anguelov

    My research interests broadly pertain to uneven development, neoliberalism, finance and processes of financialization, urban governance, development policies, the European Union, Eastern Europe, Indonesia.

    Subfield: Economic Geography/Geographical Political Economy, Urban and Regional Economics, Finance

    Contact Information

    Email    anguelov@ucla.edu
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  • Mike Antos

    Water Resource Governance

    Subfield: urban geography, water resource management

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    Email    mike.antos@ucla.edu
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  • Remi Bardou

    I am interested in using remote sensing to study habitat changes in response to anthropogenic as well as climatic disturbances. My Master's Thesis focused in the mapping of Northern Madagascar's mangroves from the 1980s to 2014, using remote sensing and field data. Results showed that Madagascar's mangroves are strongly impacted by anthropogenic factors, mainly caused by wood gathering (for charcoal), and minerals mining (especially sapphire). However, we also noticed positive dynamics, induced by NGOs' planting programs, as well as efforts by local fishing communities to preserve the surrounding mangroves. 

    My Ph.D work focuses on studying shifts in mangroves habitats in response to climate change. We now see that in coastal wetlands near tropical-temperate transition zones, salt marshes have been displaced by a poleward expansion of mangrove trees. I am especially interested in the Northern Pacific coast range limit, currently occuring in Baja California, Mexico. We suspect that mangroves habitat reached Southern California under past warmer climate, and current climatic conditions in Southern California seem to be favorable to mangroves growth. My overarching goal is therefore to develop a method integrating experimental approaches, remote sensing, paleoecology and climate and distribution modeling in order to understand (1) the processes and environmental thresholds that currently control the range limits of mangroves, (2) how mangrove distributions have responded to past climate change, and (3) how mangroves will be impacted by climate change.

    Subfield: Coastal and Environmental Geography, Biogeography, Remote Sensing & GIS, Paleoenvironment

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    Email    remi.bardou@ucla.edu
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  • Clare Beer

    I am interested in the relationship between nature, capital, and the state. In my research, I focus on how these forces interact in spaces of land-based biodiversity conservation, such as national parks, nature reserves and other protected areas. Framing land conservation as a significant site for theorizing 'the state,' my work seeks to articulate the inherent environmentalism of state power and the mutual entanglements of ecology and economy. 

    Subfield: political economies of the environment, political ecology, state theory, land-based biodiversity conservation, re-wilding, Latin America

    Contact Information

    Email    clarebeer@g.ucla.edu
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  • Catherine Tsukasa Bender

    Subfield: cultural, urban, and feminist geography; social movements and contentious politics; urban humanities; alternative placemaking and community networks; anarchism; Japan, East Asia

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    Email    ktbender [at] ucla.edu
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  • Mia Bennett

    I am a political geographer with strong geospatial skills interested in Arctic development in a climate-impacted world. My approach incorporates fieldwork and remote sensing to critically analyze discursive and material practices of Arctic development at local and global scales. My case studies involve transportation infrastructure projects in the Northwest Territories, Canada and the Sakha Republic, Russia, along with an examination of Singapore's partnerships with indigenous organizations and corporations in the Arctic.

    Subfield: Political geography, the Arctic, regional development, infrastructure, indigeneous peoples, frontiers

    Contact Information

    Email    mbennett7@ucla.edu
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  • Samuel Brandt

    My research ambitiously seeks to assemble a complete historical trajectory of human interventions into territory, seeing them as points of departure for understanding society more broadly. I ask how people and institutions negotiate the landscapes constructed by, through, and around them across multiple scales.

    Following a Fulbright in Uruguay, I completed a book manuscript that is a photographic, musical, cartographic, analytical, and personal journey into Uruguay's people, landscape and institutions, looking especially at the challenges of location and scale.

    My current project is a longue durée study of land tenure, social relations and housing in rural Uruguay. I look specifically at MEVIR, a parastatal initiative started in 1967 to house rural wage laborers and small-scale agricultural producers.

    My undergraduate thesis on the impact of ring roads on land use and urban form in post-World War II Britain has been cited by the BBC.

    Subfield: urban geography, historical geography, Latin America, built environment, urban morphology, housing, infrastructure, cultural landscapes, Uruguay, England, music geography

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    Email    stbrandt@ucla.edu
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  • Lauren Brown

    Coastal marsh accretion rates at several sites in California, including Tijuana River Estuary, Upper Newport Bay, Point Mugu Lagoon, and Morro Bay.

    Subfield: Paleoenvironment and paleoecology; coastal marshes and sedimentation; palynology

    Contact Information

    Email    lnbrown@ucla.edu
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  • Siyu Cai

    I study Chinese transnational corporations and outward foreign direct investment.  Drawing from a year's worth of fieldwork in Beijing, my PhD dissertation examines where Chinese firms are investing in the world; what industries the investments are going toward; and how and why the investments are being made at the location (and industry) they are being made.  Employing a "geographic political economy" approach, I seek to highlight the connections between Chinese firms, the domestic Chinese space-economy, and the international space-economy.  My dissertation title is China Goes Abroad: thinking geographically about Chinese transnational corporations and outward foreign direct investment.  Going foward: I seek to build upon how this work can contribute to literature in Geography, globalization, globalizing capitalism and (uneven) geographic development.

    Subfield: Economic and Political Geography; Political Economy; China

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    Email    sycai@ucla.edu
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  • Qian Cao

    Stream temperature modeling in Puget Sound

    Comparison of gridded gauge and TRMM precipitation products 

    Subfield: Surface hydrology

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    Email    qiancao@ucla.edu
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  • Emma Colven

    Subfield: postcolonial urban theory; urban political ecology; southern urbanisms; environmental adaptation to environmental threats; urban flooding; urban water politics

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    Email    emmacolven [at] ucla [dot] edu
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  • Dylan Shane Connor

    I study international migration, labor markets and health. I use advanced quantitative techniques and historical data to understand  how places (re)produce inequality in life outcomes.

    Subfield: Inequality, International Migration, Economic Geography, Economic History, Statistical Modelling, GIS

    Contact Information

    Email    dconnor@ucla.edu
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  • Sarah Cooley

    My primary research interests involve glaciology, glacial hydrology, and the broader Arctic hydrologic system. Broadly, I aim to use remote sensing techniques to study the surface hydrology of the Greenland ice sheet as part of efforts to improve the understanding of Greenland's contribution to sea level rise. 

    Subfield: Arctic hydrology, glaciology, remote sensing, the cryosphere, hydroclimatology, global climate change 

    Contact Information

    Email    s.cooley@ucla.edu
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  • Matthew Cooper

    My research focuses on the hydrology of snow and ice covered landscapes. I have been involved in research on snow hydrology of the western US since 2008 and ice sheet hydrology of Greenland since 2015. I have used energy balance modeling and remote sensing for most of my research. I also worked for 3.5 years as a field technician at an NSF Critical Zone Observatory and I have participated in many field work campaigns as a graduate research assistant. Prior to joining the Department of Geography at UCLA, I was primarily involved in research into the effects of climate change on snow accumulation and melt in the mountains of the American West. At UCLA, my research is focused on understanding how surface melting of the Greenland ice sheet contributes to sea level rise. Broadly speaking, I aim to bridge in-situ field measurements with hydrologic modeling and remotely sensed data to understand the integrated hydrologic cycle of ice and snow covered catchments.

    Subfield: HydrologyClimatology

    Contact Information

    Email    guycooper@ucla.edu
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  • Monica Dimson

    Subfield: biodiversity, biogeography, cartography, conservation planning, ecology, GIS, invasive species, species distribution models, urban forestry

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    Email    mdimson[at]ucla.edu
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  • Kebonyethata Dintwe

    My research is on the distribution of the belowground biomass in savanna ecosystem. This research is part of a major project that aims at addressing a major issue in dryland ecology: how belowground plant processes in water-limited ecosystems control belowground organic carbon dynamics under different climate conditions. To address this central issues, this project will define the distribution and dynamics of belowground biomass and soil organic carbon through extensive field data collection and modeling at a suite of sites across a regional climate gradient in the Kalahari. The Kalahari is one of the only places on Earth where this type of natural experiment can be conducted without confounding effects of soil variability.

    Subfield: Remote Sensing, GIS and modelling

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    Email    kdintwe[at]ucla[dot]edu
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  • Christopher Esposito

    The economies of cities are built of ideas. I research how people in cities invent new ideas and explore their economic impact using big data and computer simulations.

    My current project explores how land and land shortages shape the process of innovation.

    Subfield: Economic GeographyEvolutionary EconomicsComplexity TheoryInnovation

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    Email    cresposito - a t - ucla - d o t - edu
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  • Elizabeth Fard

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    Email    efard@ucla.edu
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  • Ashley Fent

    Utilizing qualitative/ethnographic methods, I am broadly interested in the conflict between environmental degradation and economic development, as it plays out in West Africa. My dissertation research investigates the negotiations around a controversial zircon and titanium sands mine along the coastline of Casamance, Senegal. I examine how people opposing the mine have used national environmental legislation (e.g. the Senegalese Environmental Code, the creation of Marine Protected Areas) to contest the mine, and how the legal requirement for the acceptance by the "population" has generated and re-opened debates about who may legitimately speak for the community, the district, and the region. Additionally, I examine the way that the Senegalese "state" is performed in a region where separatist tensions have brewed since the 1980s, and how the contradictory interests of the "state" are subdued and reconciled in the debate regarding the mine.

    Subfield: Political Ecology, Critical Development Studies, Feminist Geography, Environmental Change, Food and Agriculture, West Africa

    Contact Information

    Email    ashleyfent@ucla.edu
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  • Colin J Gleason

    I am interested in the form and function of rivers as they serve human interests and form the key cog in the land surface component of the water cycle. I have extensive field experience in Greenland and other enviornments, and relish the chance to do quality field science. I am active in the research fields of climate change, fluvial hydrology, glaciology, and remote sensing.

    I am also keenly interested in the ability of remotely sensed data to overcome political and practical realities that inhibit knowledge and understanding of critical environmental issues, and in the geopolitical implications of this ability.

    Subfield: Hydrology, Cryosphere, Geomorphology, Hydraulic Geometry, Remote Sensing, Engineering

    Contact Information

    Email    cjgleaso@ucla.edu
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  • Katie Glover

    I am primarily interested in Quaternary Paleoclimate and Paleolimnology. In particular, how did landscapes change during and after glaciation? How did atmospheric dynamics, especially precipitation in the West, drive these changes? My PhD research involves proxy analyses on cores from Big Bear Valley lakes in the San Bernardino Mountains. Baldwin Lake, in particular, is one of the oldest land records in the US Coastal Southwest.

    Subfield: My other interests include: remote sensing and GIS, recreational land use and management, environmental policy, energy resources, landscape archaeology, history of California, history of science, teaching pedagogy

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    Email     kcglover [at] ucla [dot] edu
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  • Jenny Elaine Goldstein

    Dissertation: Scientific Knowledge, Climate Change, and the Remaking of Indonesia's Peatlands

    Subfield: Political Ecology, Critical Development Studies, Ecological History, Science and Technology Studies, Food and Agriculture, Southeast Asia

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    Email    jgoldstein@ucla.edu
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  • Melissa Haller

    Subfield: Economic Geography, Regional Economic Development, Innovation Studies, Statistical and Qualitative Methods

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    Email    mhaller@ucla.edu
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  • Sarah Halterman

    Effects of climate change in tropical forest ecosystems.

    Subfield: Global Climate Change, GIS & Remote Sensing, Biogeochemistry

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    Email    smhalterman@ucla.edu
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  • Ali Nehme Hamdan

    My research examines the emerging political geographies of the Middle East, focusing on the ongoing conflict in Syria. By studying the emergence and evolution of Syria's opposition in exile, my research aims to:

    1) Show how the spatial practice of power (and resistance) in the Middle East has changed over time;
    2) link these practices to people in specific contexts; and
    3) do so through ethnographic fieldwork, to show that these dynamics are not complicated beyond understanding.

    It is important that, as scholars, we not only critique discourses, but actively engage with actually-existing movements of resistance on the ground. This enables us to take the discussion of power beyond circular conversations about identities and ideologies and return it to where it belongs: how power is produced and contested based on the lived concerns of people in specific places.

     

     

    Subfield: Civil Wars & Political Violence; Transnational Political Activity; Popular Geopolitics.

    Contact Information

    Email    ahamdan@ucla.edu
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  • Timur Hammond

    My master's thesis focused on Orhan Pamuk's memoir Istanbul: Memories and the City. I was particularly interested in the ways in which Pamuk claims a rooted and local identity; at the same time, I argued that one of Pamuk's central projects in his memoir was to place himself in Istanbul without endorsing a nationalist project. 

    My doctoral research will be located in the Istanbul neighborhood of Eyup and study some of the ways in which the neighborhood - or particular sites within the neighborhood - have come to be understood as especially Islamic.

    Subfield: Cultural geography; urban geography; Middle East area studies; qualitative methods; geohumanities

    Contact Information

    Email    timurhammond@ucla.edu
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  • Tyler Harlan

    I am an environmental economic geographer interested in the interplay of energy and climate policy, natural resource management, and development in China, and the implications of China's low-carbon transition for other industrializing countries. 

     

    Subfield: Environmental economic geography, political ecology, energy and climate policy, natural resource management, China

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    Email    trharlan@ucla.edu
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  • Huilin Huang

    I am interested in atmosphere-land surface modeling and coupling processes. Currently, I am working on aerosol effect on global climate change, including how aerosol influence surface energy budget and other surface variables such as temperature and precipitation.

    Subfield: Climate changeLand-surface process

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    Email    hhllbao@ucla.edu
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  • Alice Huff

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    Email    betsyhuff@hotmail.com
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  • Sara Salazar Hughes

    My research interests lie at the intersection of political geography, border and mobilities studies, and settler colonial studies, and they focus empirically on Israel/Palestine and other modern ethno-national and settler-colonial conflicts.

    Subfield: Political Geography, Cultural Geography, Settler Colonial Studies

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    Email    saranhughes@ucla.edu
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  • Dian Tri Irawaty

    Subfield: My research interests are broadly in the subject of housing, urban poverty, and urban politics. I am currently interested in exploring and examines the various understandings of kampung, a residential community in Jakarta, Indonesia, particularly addressing on what informs and motivates different understandings of kampungs, and their implications for the future of kampungs.

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    Email    diantri@ucla.edu
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  • Shenyue Jia

    My research focuses on vegetation in arid/semi-arid region. I use remote sensing and GIS technique to study the dynamics of non-photosynthesized (NPV) and photosynthesized vegetation (PV). My current project relates to valley fever incidences and the dynamics of dust, taking NPV, PV, and soil cover as the proxy of dust.

    Subfield: Arid Region Remote Sensing, Biogeography, Ecology, Carbon Cycle

    Contact Information

    Email    syjia@ucla.edu
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  • Nour Joudah

    Subfield: settler colonialism, territoriality, decolonization, political geography, comparative historical geography, power, spatial relations and economics 

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    Email    nourjoudah@ucla.edu
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  • Hana Khan

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  • Mahmood Khan

    Subfield: geopolitics, geoeconomics

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    Email    mnkhan@ucla.edu
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  • Ryan Lam

    Subfield: tropical ecosystems, forest landscape ecology, remote sensing, GIS, biogeograpahy, biodiversity, climatology, microclimates, ornithology, habitat modeling modeling

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    Email    ryannlam@ucla.edu
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  • Tuyen Le

    Non-timber forest products, agroforestry, conservation policy, conceptualizations and varying perceptions on "sustainability", wildlife trade and regulation in Southeast Asia

    Subfield: Environmental policy, political ecology, nature-society relations, nature-culture interaction

    Contact Information

    Email    tl57[at]ucla[dot]edu
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  • Scott Lydon

    I investigate how past climatic variability has altered carbon sequestration in wetlands of the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta and Yosemite National Park, California.  Wetlands in these systems are sensitive to variations in precipitation and temperature.  The last 2,000 years of climatic change is often well documented within the sediment of such wetlands.  Thus, sediment cores from the Delta and Yosemite allow me to address how periods of warming, cooling, flooding, and drought have impacted carbon accumulation rates throughout much of the Holocene.  While closely collaborating with researchers at the U.S. Geological Survey, I hope to better understand long-term carbon sequestration processes.  Such research may serve to inform California’s carbon credits program and the United States more broadly.

    Subfield: Biogeography; Paleoecology; Paleoclimatology; Wetlands Science; Palynology 

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    Email    s.lydon@ucla.edu
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  • Evan Lyons

    Subfield: Remote sensing, GIS, land use/land cover change, high latitude climate change...

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    Email    elyons@ucla.edu
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  • Nerve Valerio Macaspac

    Nerve's dissertation, Insurgent Peace, ethnographically examines the phenomenon of community-led peace zones during active armed conflict to better understand the concept of sanctuary as a social, spatial, and temporal strategy in protecting vulnerable lives. His dissertation research is funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF), Social Science Research Council (SSRC), International Peace Research Association (IPRA) Foundation, and the UCLA Geography Department Helin Research Grant. He teaches GIS, Cultural, Political, and Economic Geography, and International and Area Studies. He holds a Masters degree from UC Berkeley. 

    Subfield: Geographies of War and Peace | Peace zones | Sanctuary | Autonomy | Heterotopia | Prefigurative Politics | Social Movements | Political Geography | Cultural Geography | Peace Studies | Film Studies | Critical Ethnography | Critical | GIS | Qualitative Research | Southeast Asia | Philippines

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    Email    nerve.geog@ucla.edu
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  • Austin Madson

    My research interests include varying types of hydrologic remote sensing (wetland dynamics, soil moisture, continuous/discontinuous permafrost boundary, permafrost active layer thickness (ALT), etc), RADAR remote sensing technologies (PolSAR and DInSAR), real world applications in the use of Remote Sensing (RS) and GIS, integration of RS and GIS technologies and coupled human/environ systems.

    Subfield: Hydrologic Remote Sensing, GIS, Soil Moisture, Wetlands, Land Use/Land Cover Change (LULCC)

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    Email    amadson@ucla.edu
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  • Adina Matisoff

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    Email    adina.matisoff@gmail.com
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  • Alexander Naylor

    I’m interested in the μορφή in “geomorphology,” the emergence of patterns, shapes, and order in landscapes, especially in arid, semi-arid, and island environments. In particular I am interested in the role of random environmental noise in driving ecogeomorphological systems into patterned or ordered states and new computational approaches to understanding landscape complexity. I have also done work on the influence of island resources, morphology, and distribution in shaping economic development in small-island states with a focus on the Maldives.

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    Email    aknaylor@ucla.edu
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  • Avishesh Neupane

    Subfield: Global Climate Change, Biogeochemistry, Biogeography

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    Email    avineupane@gmail.com
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  • Sam Nowak

    Subfield: Urban Geography, Economic Geography, Public Transit, The Politics of Mobility, Relational Poverty Studies

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    Email    nowaks@ucla.edu
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  • Amanda Pearson

    Critical Development Studies, Climate Change and Sustainable Energy, Knowledge Production, Feminist Geography, South Asia

     

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    Email    amandapearson@ucla.edu
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  • Lincoln Pitcher

    Greenland Ice Sheet Glaciology and Hydrology, Remote Sensing, Geographic Information Systems

    Subfield: Polar Hydrology, GIS & Remote Sensing, Global Climate Change

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    Email    lincolnpitcher@ucla.edu
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  • Carsten Rietmann

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    Email    crietmann@ucla.edu
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  • Chelsea Robinson

    I am interested in using active remote sensing to study forest aboveground carbon storage (biomass), distribution, diversity, and forest structure. My MA research utilized radar data to estimate aboveground forest biomass (AGB) in the state of Maine. The aim was to develop algorithms that correlate radar backscatter values with AGB, that can then be extrapolated over the state. My current research towards my Ph.D. concerns an altitudinal gradient in Costa Rica's Braulio Carrillo National Park. I am assessing drivers of tree diversity and forest structure along this gradient using lidar and radar data. I am assessing forest structure and seeing the feasibility of relating remotely sensed structural information to alpha diversity in neotropical montane rainforests. In doing so, it will be possible to effectively map diversity and carbon sequestration across the region with the available remote sensing data.

    Subfield: Forests, Remote Sensing, Biogeography, Carbon, Sequestration, Ecology, Diversity, Plants, Gradients

    Contact Information

    Email    cmrobins@ucla.edu, chelsea.m.robinson@jpl.nasa.gov
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  • Corey Rovzar

    Subfield: endangered tropical dry forest restoration, gis, remote sensing, species distribution models

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    Email    c.rovzar@ucla.edu
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  • Hudson Spivey

    Subfield: Environmental knowledge; infrastructure; risk; socio-ecological restoration; the Anthropocene; science and technology studies; Japan and the American West.

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    Email    hdspivey@g.ucla.edu
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  • Clark Taylor

    Subfield: Urban Geography, Historical Geography of Cities, Cultural Geography, the Cultural Landscape, Urban Public Space, Imaginations and Constructs of Nature / Landscape, Sustainable Urbanism, Urbanization, Latin America

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    Email    clarktaylor@ucla.edu
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  • Marcus Thomson

    Quaternary climate change in arid environments. Concentration on climate change associated with disruptions to early agriculturalists in Egypt and the Great Basin, US Southwest; also, origins of agriculture, plant pre-domestication, societal complexity. Field sites in the Fayum, Egypt, and the beautiful mountains of Utah.

    Subfield: Paleoclimatology, Biogeography, Geoarchaeology, GIST, Climate Models

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    Email    zizroc[at]ucla[dot]edu
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  • Frank van der Wouden

    Subfield: Economic GeographySpatial EconomicsInnovation StudiesMachine learningBig data & data miningSocial Network AnalysisRegional Development

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    Email    fvanderwouden@ucla.edu
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  • James Walker

    Subfield: Political Geography, Geopolitics, Cultural Geography, Remote Sensing, Geographic Information Systems.

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    Email    walkerj@ucla.edu
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  • Diane Ward

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    Email    dward@ucla.edu
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  • Jason Ward

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    Email    jward31@ucla.edu
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  • Kate Willis

    PhD: Assessing landscape dynamics in coastal southern California for ecological conservation 

    MA: Carbon storage and hydrological reconstruction using testate amoebae analysis and ground penetrating radar in the West Siberian Lowlands and Churchill, Manitoba.

    Subfield: conservation planning, land use change, climate change and its effect on local vegetation, invasive species, fire ecology, paleoclimate, GIS, remote sensing

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    Email    kwillis@g.ucla.edu
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  • Mu Xiao

    Drought monitoring for the Pacific Northwest

    Drought mointoring for the West Coast US

    Surface Water Monitor for the Continental US

    Subfield: Multi-model Ensemble Forecast, Application of Parameter Optimizing in Hydrology

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    Email    muxiao at ucla.edu
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  • Shengan Zhan

    Subfield: Remote sensing, lakes

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    Email    shengan.zhan@ucla.edu
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