The faculty believes that both physical and human geography are essential to an outstanding program, that both are complementary and indispensible parts of the same subject. Despite individual specializations, all members of the faculty see their interests and research as ultimately related to spatial and environmental systems, human-environment relations, and the character of places.
Climatology, geomorphology, biogeography, arctic and alpine systems, hydrology, and global change
Population, political, urban, social, and cultural geography
Human dimensions of environmental change; natural resources; conservation behavior
GIS, cartography, and remote sensing