Geography and Environmental Studies

Maria Lane, Chairperson
Bandelier West, Room 224
MSC01 1110
1 University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM 87131-0001
(505) 277-5041

Professor
Scott M. Freundschuh, Ph.D., State University of New York, Buffalo

Associate Professors
Ronda L. Brulotte, Ph.D., University of Texas, Austin
John N. Carr, Ph.D., University of Washington; J.D., University of Texas, Austin
Chris S. Duvall, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin, Madison
Constantine Hadjilambrinos, Ph.D., University of Delaware
K. Maria D. Lane, Ph.D., University of Texas, Austin
Christopher D. Lippitt, Ph.D., San Diego State University
Tema Milstein, Ph.D., University of Washington

Assistant Professors
Yan Lin, Ph.D., Texas State University
Caitlin L. Lippitt, Ph.D., San Diego State University
Lindsay A. Smith, Ph.D., Harvard University
Benjamin P. Warner, Ph.D., Arizona State University

Adjunct Faculty
Daniel Arreola, Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles
Xi Gong, Ph.D., Texas State University
Joni Palmer, Ph.D., University of New Mexico
Cody Wiley, M.S., University of New Mexico
Su Zhang, Ph.D., University of New Mexico 

Emeriti Faculty
Elinore M. Barrett, Ph.D., University of California Berkeley
Olen Paul Matthews, Ph.D., University of Washington; J.D., University of Idaho
Stanley A. Morain, Ph.D., University of Kansas
Jerry Williams, Ph.D., University of Oregon

Affiliated Faculty
Craig Allen, Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley; (US Geological Survey)
Karl Benedict, Ph.D., University of New Mexico; (UNM University Libraries and Learning Studies)
Bob Berrens, Ph.D., Oregon State University; (UNM Economics)
David Correia, Ph.D., University of Kentucky; (UNM American Studies)
Fred Gibbs, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Madison; (UNM History)
Moises Gonzales, Ph.D., University of Colorado, Denver; (UNM School of Architecture and Planning)
Laura Harjo, Ph.D., University of Southern California; (UNM School of Architecture and Planning)
Anne Jakle, M.S., Massey University, New Zealand; (UNM Office of the Vice President for Research: EPSCoR)
Elizabeth Keller, Ph.D., Oxford University, England; (Sandia National Labs)
Marcy Litvak, Ph.D., University of Colorado; (UNM Biology)  
Isabella Mariotto, Ph.D., New Mexico State University; (Independent Researcher)
Bruce Milne, Ph.D., Rutgers University; (UNM Biology; UNM Sustainability Studies)
Frank Norris, Ph.D., University of Idaho; (National Park Service)
Will Pockman, Ph.D., University of Utah; (UNM Biology)
Caroline Scruggs, Ph.D., Stanford University; (UNM School of Architecture and Planning)
Steve Sensie, Ph.D., University of Idaho; (US Fish and Wildlife Services)
Mark Stone, Ph.D., Washington State University; (UNM Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering)
Jen Thacher, Ph.D., University of California, Davis; (UNM Economics)
Marygold Walsh-Dilley, Ph.D., Cornell University; (UNM Honors College)


Associated Programs

Undergraduate Program


Graduate Program



Courses

GEOG 101. Home Planet: Land, Water and Life. (3)



GEOG 102. People and Place. (3)



GEOG 105L. Home Planet: Land, Water and Life Laboratory. (1)



GEOG 140. Introduction to World Regions. (3)



GEOG 180. The World of Beer. (3)



GEOG 181 [281]. Introduction to Maps and Geospatial Information. (3)



GEOG 181L. Geospatial Field Methods. (1)



GEOG 195. Introduction to Environmental Studies. (3)



GEOG 217. Energy, Environment and Society. (3)



GEOG 251. Meteorology. (3)



GEOG 254. Introduction to Latin American Society I: Social Sciences. (3)



GEOG 350. Natural Environments. (3)



GEOG 352. Global Climate Change. (3)



GEOG **360. Land Use Management. (3)



GEOG 364. Law, Place and Space. (3)



GEOG 365. Nature and Society. (3)



GEOG 380L. Basic Statistics for Geographers. (3)



GEOG **381L. Introduction to Geographic Information Systems. (4)



GEOG 390. Qualitative Methods for Geographers. (3)



GEOG 427 / 527. Introductory Programming for GIS. (3)



GEOG 428 / 528. Advanced Programming for GIS. (3)



GEOG *445. Geography of New Mexico and the Southwest. (3)



GEOG *446. Exploring Oaxaca Through Food and Craft. (3)



GEOG *450. Environmental Hazards. (3)



GEOG 461 / 561. Environmental Management. (3)



GEOG 462 / 562. Water Resources Management. (3)



GEOG 463 / 563. Public Land Management. (3)



GEOG 464 / 564. Food and Natural Resources. (3)



GEOG 466 / 566. The City. (3)



GEOG 467 / 567. Governing the Global Environment. (3)



GEOG 469 / 569. Environments and Peoples in Latin America. (3)



GEOG 471. Senior Geography Capstone. (1 [3])



GEOG *481L. Map Design and Geovisualization. (4)



GEOG 483L / 583L. Remote Sensing Fundamentals. (4)



GEOG 484L / 584L. Applications of Remote Sensing. (4)



GEOG 485L / 585L. Internet Mapping. (3)



GEOG 486L / 586L. Applications of GIS. (3)



GEOG 487L / 587L. Spatial Analysis and Modeling. (3)



GEOG 488L / 588L. GIS Concepts and Techniques. (3)



GEOG 491. Problems. (1-3 to a maximum of 3 Δ)



GEOG 493. Internship in Applied Geography. (1-3 to a maximum of 3 Δ)



GEOG *499. Topics in Geography. (1-3 to a maximum of 6 Δ)



GEOG 501. Geographic History and Methods. (3)



GEOG 502. Approaches to Geographical Research. (3)



GEOG 514. Natural Resources Management Seminar. (3 to a maximum of 6 Δ)



GEOG 515. Cultural and Political Ecology. (3)



GEOG 516. Seminar: Globalization. (3)



GEOG 517. Legal Geography. (3)



GEOG 522. Introduction to Spatial Data Management. (3)



GEOG 524. Advanced Topics in Remote Sensing. (3)



GEOG 525. Advanced GIScience Seminar. (3)



GEOG 527 / 427. Introductory Programming for GIS. (3)



GEOG 528 / 428. Advanced Programming for GIS. (3)



GEOG 551. Drylands. (3)



GEOG 561 / 461. Environmental Management. (3)



GEOG 562 / 462. Water Resources Management. (3)



GEOG 563 / 463. Public Land Management. (3)



GEOG 564 / 464. Food and Natural Resources. (3)



GEOG 566 / 466. The City. (3)



GEOG 567 / 467. Governing the Global Environment. (3)



GEOG 569 / 469. Environments and Peoples in Latin America. (3)



GEOG 580L. Spatial Statistics. (3)



GEOG 581L. Introduction to GIS for Graduate Students. (3)



GEOG 583L / 483L. Remote Sensing Fundamentals. (4)



GEOG 584L / 484L. Applications of Remote Sensing. (4)



GEOG 585L / 485L. Internet Mapping. (3)



GEOG 586L / 486L. Applications of GIS. (3)



GEOG 587L / 487L. Spatial Analysis and Modeling. (3)



GEOG 588L / 488L. GIS Concepts and Techniques. (3)



GEOG 590. Qualitative Methods. (3)



GEOG 591. Problems. (1-3 to a maximum of 3 Δ)



GEOG 593. Internship in Applied Geography. (1-3 to a maximum of 3 Δ)



GEOG 597. Master's Project. (3)



GEOG 599. Master's Thesis. (1-6, no limit Δ)



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