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|Jha, Shalene||School of Biological Sciences||Broadly, I'm interested in conservation biology, agroecology, and population genetics. More specifically, my research program investigates how global land use change influences gene flow, …|
|Jorge De Paula Paixao, Marcelo||African and African Diaspora Studies||Development and Underdevelopment in Brazil, Latin America, and Developing Countries; Racial Inequality; Affirmative Action; Quantitative Methods Applied to Race and Ethnic Injustice; Labor Market; …|
|Keitt, Timothy||School of Biological Sciences; Section of Integrative Biology; Statistics and Scientific Computation||We work in computational and quantitative ecology with a special emphasis on ecological self-organization, macroecology/biogeography and habitat connectivity. Our work ranges from pure theoretical …|
|Kelm, Orlando||Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies; Marketing; Spanish and Portuguese||Hispanic linguistics, phonetics, phonology, language and culture for professional purposes, such as Business Spanish and Portuguese. Professor Kelm's current research focuses on the creation of …|
|Kivlin, Stephanie||Section of Integrative Biology||Soil carbon cycling and microbial community composition.|
|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 …|
|Koike, Dale||Spanish and Portuguese||Spanish and Portuguese linguistics, applied linguistics, pragmatics and discourse analysis, second language acquisition. Professor Koike's research centers on pragmatics as co-constructed in …|
|Laduc, Travis||Biology Instruction Office; Section of Integrative Biology; College of Natural Sciences||I am interested in the distribution and natural history of Texas reptiles and amphibians. Current projects focus on urban populations of blotched watersnakes and populations of yellow mud turtles in …|
|Lara, Fernando||Architecture||Latin American Architecture and Urbanism, Dissemination of Architectural Knowledge, Informal Settlements|
|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 …|