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|Heyman, Richard||Geography / Environment; Urban Studies||Cultural Geography, Urban Geography, Critical Theory and Marxism, History of Geography, Pedagogy, Public Space|
|Hoelscher, Steven||American Studies; Center for European Studies; Geography / Environment||Professor Hoelscher’s research interests include: North American and European urbanism; social constructions of space and place, landscape and region; ethnicity and race; cultural memory; the …|
|Holz, Robert||Geography / Environment||Holz introduced remote sensing to the University of Texas, authoring one of the first textbooks in the subject and developing both undergraduate and graduate classes and research facilities. He …|
|Kimmel, Troy||Geography / Environment||Weather forecasting, broadcast meteorology, aviation meteorology as well as atmospheric hazards (severe and unusual weather)|
|Knapp, Gregory||Geography / Environment; Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies||Gregory Knapp's research, books, and teaching focus on culture, environment, and change in Latin America. Recent work by Knapp and his students include studies of transformations of farming …|
|Latrubesse, Edgardo||Geography / Environment||Edgardo Latrubesse's main research interests include the Neogene paleogeography, paleohydrology and paleoecology of Tropical South America, geomorphology, hydrology of large rivers and the …|
|Meyer, Thoralf||Geography / Environment||Geography and Enviornment|
|Miller, Jennifer||Geography / Environment; Statistics and Scientific Computation||Miller's general research interests lie in the confluence of GIScience, integration of GIS and remote sensing, and environmental/ecological modeling. Her specific research focus is in the …|
|Ramos, Carlos||Geography / Environment; Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies||Hydrogeomorphology Understanding the linkages between geomorphic processes and biogeochemical cycles|
|Simmons, Mark||Architecture; Geography / Environment||Simmons directs the consulting and research programs at the Wildflower Center. The research projects include green roofs, native turfgrass, urban prairies, prescribed fire (as a way to manage …|