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Associate Professor of Environmental Studies
He was awarded a National Science Foundation grant as a co-PI for a project, "Fire Risk and Ecological Integrity in the Wildland Urban Interface of the Colorado Front Range." His doctoral research was funded by an Environmental Protection Agency STAR (Science to Achieve Results) Fellowship.
Expertise: Geographic information systems, spatial modeling and statistics, remote sensing, interaction of environmental and social systems