Michael Henkin, Kimberly Medley and Robbyn Abbitt and Jon Patton have a new article “Invasion Dynamics of Nonnative Amur Honeysuckle Over 18 Years in a Southwestern Ohio Forest” in American Midland Naturalist (2013) 170:335-347.
Roxanne Ornelas, GEO/WGS, has a new article “Considering the Heritage of Place in Consultation with Indigenous Peoples” in Papers in Applied Geography, Volume 36: 55-63.
Damon Scott and his recent article is extensively quoted in this blog posting, check it out. http://nextcity.org/sharedcity/entry/when-the-cable-car-ladies-won
Dr. Michael Finewood, Chatham University, is presenting “Flooding and the urban political ecology of storm water governance in Pittsburgh, PA” at 2:00 pm on Friday, November 1, 2013 in 129 Shideler Hall. 11-1-13Seminar
David Prytherch and Scott Johnston co-teach IES 474 “Sustainability in Practice” and involved students in preparing plans for pedestrian, bicycle and vehicle traffic in Richmond’s Depot District. Read more about it http://www.pal-item.com/article/20130430/NEWS01/304300023/City-officials-pleased-students-ideas?nclick_check=1
Geography Majors presented their research at the Undergraduate Research Forum, April 10. URF2013Poster
Matthew Zabik (GEO MA graduate) and David Prytherch have a new publication “Challenges to planning for rural character: A case study from exurban southern New England” in Cities 31 (2013) 186-196.