Assistant Professor (Ph.D. Université d’Aix-Marseille I, 2002) -- past and present climate change, paleoecology, environmental modeling, data mining and analysis.
Professor (Ph.D. University of Oregon, 2002), Chair and RED Lab Director -- paleoecology, fire history, climate change.
Incoming Faculty, Spring 2018 (Ph.D. Arizona State University, 2005) – human-environment interactions; vulnerability; hazards and disasters; environmental justice; health disparities; climate change, water, wildfire, and air pollution
Professor (Ph.D. UC Santa Barbara, 1999) -- Environmental hazards, emergency management, transportation, geographic information science
Professor (Ph.D. UC Santa Barbara, 2003), Director of URSA Lab -- hyperspectral, multispectral, and lidar remote sensing of terrestrial ecosystems, wildfire and firefighter safety, imaging spectroscopy
Professor (Ph.D. Cornell, 1997), CSBS Associate Dean and Director of Snow and Ice Lab -- microwave remote sensing of the cryosphere, application of radar interferometry to studies of glaciers and ground displacement
Professor (Ph.D. Arizona State, 1979) and Director of Undergraduate Studies, -- land resource analysis, geographic information systems, computer mapping applications quantitative methods
Assistant Professor (Ph.D. University of Colorado-Boulder, 2013) -- political geography, political violence, Kenya, spatial statistics, GIS, climate change and conflict
Assistant Professor (Ph.D. University of Utah, 2009) -- GIS, spatial analysis, geography of terrorism and insurgent activity, complex systems in social and geographic spaces
Associate Professor. (PhD. Arizona) -- geomorphology, stratigraphy, sedimentology, geoarchaeology, arid lands, petroleum geology
Associate Professor (Ph.D. University of Oregon, 2006), Curator of the Garrett Herbarium (Utah Museum of Natural History), and Power Paleoecology Lab Director -- vegetation history, historical biogeography, fire, paleoecology and paleoclimatology
Associate Professor, (Ph.D. University of Washington, 2007) -- glaciology, climate change, modeling glacier mass balance, ice core analysis, glacier geomorphology. Director of Graduate Studies.
Assistant Professor (Ph.D. University of California - Los Angeles, 2014) -- Mountain hydrology, snow optics and remote sensing, radiative forcing by light absorbing particles in snow and ice, cryosphere-climate interaction.
Assistant Professor (Ph.D. Texas State University-San Marcos, 2011), Director of the Utah Geo-Health Lab -- GIS and spatial methods in understanding and solving environmental health problems. Director of the MSGIS program.
Professor (Ph.D. UCLA, 1998) -- economic/urban geography, global urban and regional development, regional science and spatial analysis, China