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2012-2013 Graduate Catalog 
    
2012-2013 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Geography Department


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College of the Sciences
Ellensburg
Dean Hall, room 301

509-963-1188
Fax: 509-963-1047
www.cwu.edu/geography
    See website for how this program may be used for educational and career purposes.

Faculty and Staff
Chair

Kevin Archer, PhD

Professors
Kevin Archer, PhD, globalization, cities, production of nature
Anthony Gabriel, PhD, hydrology, lake and river ecosystems, coastal and wetlands management
Robert Hickey, PhD, environmental impacts, coastal zones, GIS, Australia 


Robert Kuhlken, PhD, land-use planning, cultural ecology, historical geography, Oceania
Karl Lillquist, PhD, physical geography, geomorphology, soils, environmental change in arid and alpine watersheds

Associate Professors

John Bowen, PhD, economic geography, transportation geography, Asia
 


Assistant Professors
Elvin E. Delgado, PhD, political ecology, energy and capitalism, political economy and nature, critical resource geography, health geography
Jennifer Lipton, PhD, cultural ecology, remote sensing, climate change, Latin America
Mathew Novak, PhD, urban land-use planning, historial geography, GIS
Michael Pease, water resources, watershed planning and analysis, North America
Craig Revels, PhD, cultural-historical geography, landscape, Latin America
Megan Walsh, PhD, biogeography, paleoecology, NW fire history, climate change

Senior Lecturer

Elaine Glenn, MS, political geography, world regional geography, Middle East

Lecturer
Clay Arango, PhD, environmental geography, field methods, aquatic landscapes

Emeritus Faculty
Joel M. Andress, PhD
James Brooks, PhD
Dee Eberhart, MA
Kenneth Hammond, PhD
jmes Huckabay, PhD
Nancy Hultquist, PhD
Martin Kaatz, PhD
George Macinko, PhD
John Ressler, PhD
Morris Uebelacker, PhD

Staff 

David Cordner, instructional and classroom support technician III
Marilyn Mason, secretary senior

Department Information
Geography jointly coordinates the master of science degree program in resource management with the Department of Anthropology. For further information see resource management.

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