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Heejun Chang


Heejun Chang 
Professor of Geography

Ph.D. Geography (2001),
 Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA
M.A. Geography (1996),
 Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea
B.A. Geography (1994),
 Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea

Research Interests
Hydrology and water resources, with focus on human modification of the hydrologic system and interactions among climate change, land use change, and water management as they affect water quantity, quality, demand, and hydrologic ecosystem services.

Courses Taught
GEOG 210 Physical Geography
GEOG 310U Climate and Water Resources
GEOG 340U Global Water Issues and Sustainability
GEOG 4/514 Hydrology
GEOG 4/547 Urban Streams
GEOG 4/594 GIS for Water Resources
GEOG 4/597 Spatial Quantitative Analysis

Graduate Students
Zoe Bonak: 
     Effects of restoration on stream temperature in urban streams
Ryan Bonnette
Zbigniew Grabowski (SoE PhD, co-advised with Elise Granek): 
     The influence of ecological and environmental values in guiding urban development pathways 
Harvey Hembree 
Zachary Herzfeld:
     GIS-based classification, valuation, and mapping ecosystem services in the Upper Rio Laja watershed, Mexico
Luong Hue (SOE PhD)
Daniel Larson (SOE PhD) 
Jeff Ramsey:
     Spatial analysis of ecosystem services provided by urban trees
Eric Watson: 
     Effects of landscape factors on stream water quality: a spatial network approach

Web page

Integrated land and water use planning