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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 Tim Frazier
Tim G. Frazier, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Dr. Frazier's research involves climate change, hazards, and urban sustainability. Raised in a region exposed to several types of geophysical hazards, Dr. Frazier's expertise is coupled with first-hand experience and personal interest.
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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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Harley Johansen, Professor and chair of the geography department
Harley Johansen, Ph.D.
Professor
Dr. Johansen’s research expertise is economic development at the community and regional level, business location decisions, demography, and foreign direct investment into transition countries. He has over 20 years of research experience in Nordic countries, eastern Europe and Russia, based on four Fulbright fellowships and grants from NSF and other sources. He is currently working on adaptation to climate change in Arctic municipalities of Nordic countries and Russia.
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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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