Seeks to understand how socio-cultural and political-economic processes like urbanization, industrialization, poverty, health care, migration, and mediated communication interact to produce diverse socio-spatial realities across urban, regional, national and global scales.
Studies environmental changes as conditioned by biotic, climatic, geomorphic, and anthropogenic factors.
Explores the theoretical and applied issues associated with the acquisition, measurement, representation, analysis, simulation, and visualization of digital geographic information.
Food and Farming
Long-term environmental change research to assure a sustainable future (read more).
Spatial autocorrelation and species distribution models: Analyzing the effects of spatial structure, sampling strategy, statistical methods, and scale using simulated data (Read More)
Rural Transformation and Latino Transnational Migration and Settlement in the U.S. South (Read More).