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Environmental history & conservation science.
Currently, his interests are in China's role in shaping the global green economy and the spread of Chinese planning expertise through its international development activities.
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Professor Davis uses remote sensing and GIS to analyze the distribution and management of wild species and ecosystems.
Research interests lie in the emerging field of environmental informatics, a synthesis of computer, information, and Earth sciences.
Cognition, Perception, and Cognitive Neuroscience.
I am a cultural anthropologist interested in human-environment interactions in the Brazilian Amazon.
My research efforts include areas of surface processes and active tectonics centered on the western Transverse Ranges of southern California.
4424 Bren Hall
Combine remote sensing with field studies of ecology in the Amazon and Sierra Nevada.
Christina (Naomi) Tague
I look at how plants, water, climate, and people interact - from the scale of a tree to watersheds. I do this by combining multiple sources of data with earth system models - that my group designs and applies. Eco-hydrology meets Eco-Informatics.
Department of Geography •
UC Santa Barbara
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