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UC Santa Barbara
Department of Geography
UC Santa Barbara
Department of Geography

UC Santa Barbara Geography / People / Faculty

Geography Faculty

Research Area: Cognitive and Behavioral Geography

Cognitive and Behavioral Geography, Human-Environment Relations
demography, population health, migration, epidemic modeling, HIV/AIDS, sexual networks PhD: Princeton University (Demography) 2005
Epidemiology & Mathematical modeling; social network analysis; infectious disease epidemiology
campus location:
Office: 5704 Ellison Hall
Telephone: (805)755-4909
Fax: (805)893-2578
Cognitive and Behavioral Geography, Geographic Information Science, Human-Environment Relations
PhD, Cambridge University (Urban Modeling), 1977
Urban and regional modeling and planning, spatial cognition, geographic information science, geography of the information society
campus location:
Office: 5809 Ellison Hall
Telephone: (805)755-4915
Fax: (805)893-2578
Cognitive and Behavioral Geography, Geographic Information Science, Human-Environment Relations
PhD, Arizona State University (Environmental Psychology), 1988
Spatial perception, cognition, and behavior; cognitive issues in cartography and GIS; spatial aspects of social behavior; environmental psychology and behavioral geography
campus location:
Office: 5711 Ellison Hall
Telephone: (805)893-8536
Fax: (805)893-2578
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