Geographic Information Science Center
Research Unit Profile
The campus-wide Geographic Information Science (GISc) Center embodies a three-pronged mission that encompasses research, instruction/education, and outreach. Led by the Department of Geography, the Center includes participants across the UT campus including College of Liberal Arts, College of Natural Sciences, School of Architecture, School of Library Science, Center for Space Research, and the Environmental Science Institute. The Center coordinates UT's existing but previously disjointed strengths in Geographic Information Science and related fields while simultaneously providing infrastructure and leadership in fully integrating digital spatial technologies within the campus as well as with the wider community throughout the state.
Research Unit Affiliated Faculty
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Displaying 1 - 17 of 17 records.
|Akins, Erick||Geography / Environment; Urban Studies||Non-Profit Management; Grant Research, Development and Writing; Grant Management; Policy Development and Community Development|
|Crews, Kelley||Geography / Environment||Dr. Crews-Meyer's interests include geographic information science, remote sensing, land use / land cover change, human-environment interactions, environmental policy, global tropics especially …|
|Doolittle, William||Geography / Environment; Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies||Investigating (a) prehistoric agricultural features and landscapes in southeast Arizona, (b) water control technology transfers from Spain to Mexico in colonial times, and (c) the merging of …|
|Doughty, Robin||Geography / Environment; Center for Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies||Environmental Resource Management, Landscape Ecology, Cultural Geography, Historical Ecology, Biogeography, Endangered Species|
|Dull, Robert||Geography / Environment; Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies||Quaternary paleoecology, cultural biogeography, paleoclimatology, palynology, geoarchaeology, natural hazards, human impacts, Central America, Mexico, western United States Dull has carried out …|
|Eaton, David||Center for Middle Eastern Studies; Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies; LBJ School of Public Affairs; Middle Eastern Studies; Center for Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies; South Asia Institute||Systems analysis, environmental and energy policy, nonprofit management, sustainable development in international river basins, evaluation of energy and water conservation programs, prevention of …|
|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)|
|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 …|
|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 …|
|Sletto, Bjorn||Community & Regional Planning||Geographic Information Systems, Latin American planning and development, participatory planning, environmental and social justice, social theory.|
|Steiner, Frederick||Architecture; Urban Studies||Ecological planning, landscape architecture; environmental science; civic improvement|
|Torres, Rebecca||Geography / Environment||Dr. Torres’ research explores a range of interests in rural development and poverty reduction in Latin America and the U.S. South. Specifically, she has examined issues of migration, …|
|Ward, Peter||Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies; LBJ School of Public Affairs; Sociology||Mexican Politics and Urban Administration; Housing and Land Development in Third World Countries; Local Leadership; Poverty; Built Environment and Housing; Planning|
|Young, Kenneth||Geography / Environment; Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies||Dr. Kenneth Young does policy-relevant research that informs biodiversity conservation and sustainable development. He does this by linking biogeography and landscape ecology to questions of ecosystem …|
|Zonn, Leo||Geography / Environment; Urban Studies||Cultural geography, representation, cinema (especially non-Western worlds), popular culture, globalization, landscapes|