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Moscow

Department of Geography
geog@uidaho.edu
phone: (208) 885-6216
McClure Hall 203
875 Perimeter Drive, MS 3021
Moscow, ID 83844-3021

Faculty

Geography professor John Abatzoglou
John Abatzoglou, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Dr. John Abatzoglou conducts research on a multitude of weather and climate phenomena, and is particularly interested in the role they have on wildfire, water resources, and ecosystems of the western United States.
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Vladimir Munich 2013
Vladimir Aizen, Ph.D.
Research Professor
Research Interests: Alpine Glaciology, Alpine Hydrology, Alpine Climatology
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Raymond Dezzani
Raymond J. Dezzani, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Research Interests: economic geography, political geography/geopolitics, globalization, regional political/economic integration and inequality, philosophical foundations of geography and spatial processes, probabilistic political economy, spatial statistics and modeling, world-systems perspective and spatially-explicit evolutionary processes/landscape genetics.
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Geography Professor Jeffrey Hicke
Jeffrey Hicke, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Dr. Hicke studies global environmental change issues across a range of spatial and temporal scales. He investigates the interaction of climate, forests, and disturbances such as wildfire and insect outbreaks.
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karen humes
Karen Humes, Ph.D.
Department Chair and Professor
Research Interests: Applications of remote sensing and GIS in hydrology, environmental science, and planning for renewable energy.
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ckolden
Crystal Kolden, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Research Interests: Wildfire Management; Ecology; Climate Impacts; GIS; Remote Sensing; Invasive Species
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Felix Liao
Felix Liao, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Dr. Liao is a broadly trained human geographer and a spatial social scientist whose research interests include regional development, globalization and transnational corporations, urban growth and sustainability, land use and transportation systems, GIS spatial analysis, and China.
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steve radil
Steven Radil, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Dr. Steven Radil is a political geographer researching conflictual politics at multiple scales.
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