Department of Geography and the Environment

Research Spotlights

Exploring Digital Landscapes, Environmental Changes and Surface Processes, and Space, Place and Social Worlds


Dr. Jennifer Miller

Interpreting Dynamic Animal Interactions Using GPS Data (Read More)


Dr. Edgardo Latrubesse

The Dynamics of Mountains, Landscapes and Climate in Biodiversity of the Amazon/Andean Forest (Read More)


Dr. Kenneth Young

Climate Change, People, and Mountains (Read More)


Dr. Karl Butzer

Urban Geoarchaeology and Environmental History at the Lost City of the Pyramids, Giza (Read More)


Dr. Paul C. Adams

Research and reflections on media geography- from postage stamps to videogames.(Read more) 

More research spotlights...

Biosecurity: How Invasive Species Are Affecting How We Live And What We Do- Part 1
Dr. Robin Doughty's presentation for the Fall 2013 Colloquium series for the Department of Geography and the Environment at University of Texas at Austin. The colloquia are free and open to the public. 

UT Geography Society

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