Dr. Crews-Meyer's research includes geographic information science, remote sensing, land use / land cover change, human-environment interactions, environmental policy, global tropics especially Thailand, Andean South America.
Many people find the field of geography through various pathways. This video shares stories of students, recent graduates, and seasoned geographers to illustrate some of the diverse ways that they have found their own journeys into geography.
William Moseley, of the Geography Department at Macalester College in St. Paul, Minnesota, talks about how his journey from the Peace Corps through development work to the academic discipline of geography and a job in teaching and research.
Kitty Kolb, a geographer for the U.S. Geological Survey North Carolina Water Science Center, had a lot of fun last year working with the hydrologic benchmark monitoring team in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park
We all know that geography is important; but what can you do with it?