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Z Grabowski, Eric Waton, and Heejun Chang published a paper titled "Using spatially explicit indicators to investigate watershed characteristics and stream temperature relationships" in the Science of the Total Environment (2016) 376-388

Using spatially explicit indicators to investigate watershed characteristics and stream temperature relationships

Z Grabowski, Eric Waton, and Heejun Chang (2016) 

Rossitza B. Wooster, Economics faculty; David Banis, Geography faculty; and former student Ayesha Khalid co-authored a paper titled "A Geographic View of Expansion Choices by US firms in China," published in The International Trade Journal, Vol. 30: pp. 3

Rossitza B. Wooster, Economics faculty; David Banis, Geography faculty; and former student Ayesha Khalid co-authored a paper titled "A Geographic View of Expansion Choices by US firms in China," published in The International Trade Journal, Vol. 30: pp. 33-58.

Alan Yeakley, Environmental Science and Management; Dave Ervin, Environmental Science and Management and Economics emeritus faculty; Heejun Chang, Geography faculty; Elise Granek, Environmental Science and Management faculty; Veronica Dujon Sociology facu

Alan Yeakley, Environmental Science and Management; Dave Ervin, Environmental Science and Management and Economics emeritus faculty; Heejun Chang, Geography faculty; Elise Granek, Environmental Science and Management faculty; Veronica Dujon Sociology faculty; Vivek Shandas Urban Studies and Planning faculty; and Darrell Brown, Business Administration faculty, co-authored a chapter titled "Ecosystem Services of Streams and Rivers" in the book River Science: Research and Management for the 21st Century, published March 2016.

Kyle Lempinen and Katey Bisso, Geography students; and David Banis, Geography faculty, presented a poster titled “Analysis of Arctic Marine Protected Areas” at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Geographers in San Francisco.

Kyle Lempinen and Katey Bisso, Geography students; and David Banis, Geography faculty, presented a poster titled “Analysis of Arctic Marine Protected Areas” at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Geographers in San Francisco.

Barbara Brower, Geography faculty, presented a paper titled “What's the Harm in a Name? Anthropocene et al. and the History of Himalayan Scholarship” at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Geographers in San Francisco.

Barbara Brower, Geography faculty, presented a paper titled “What's the Harm in a Name? Anthropocene et al. and the History of Himalayan Scholarship” at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Geographers in San Francisco.

Debbie Blackmore, Geography graduate student, and Heejun Chang, Geography faculty, presented a paper titled “A Geospatial Tool for Wetland Prioritization at the Watershed Scale” at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Geographers in San Franc

Debbie Blackmore, Geography graduate student, and Heejun Chang, Geography faculty, presented a paper titled “A Geospatial Tool for Wetland Prioritization at the Watershed Scale” at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Geographers in San Francisco.

Britt Crow-Miller, Geography faculty, presented a paper titled “Sustainable Urban Water Management in North China” at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Geographers in San Francisco.

Britt Crow-Miller, Geography faculty, presented a paper titled “Sustainable Urban Water Management in North China” at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Geographers in San Francisco.

Martin Lafrenz, Geography faculty; Catherine de Rivera, Environmental Management and Science faculty; and Sarah Eppley, Biology faculty, presented a poster titled “Transformation of Salt Marsh Habitat in the Anthropocene” at the Annual Meeting of the Amer

Martin Lafrenz, Geography faculty; Catherine de Rivera, Environmental Management and Science faculty; and Sarah Eppley, Biology faculty, presented a poster titled “Transformation of Salt Marsh Habitat in the Anthropocene” at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Geographers in San Francisco.