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News / Events : Archive : Colloquia Series Fall 2007

The colloquia series welcomes speakers from across the campus and the world to discuss their research.

All colloquia are scheduled at 3:30pm in Storm Hall 337 most Fridays during the semester unless otherwise noted.

World Cities and the Myth of a Golden Age

August 31

Dr. Larry Ford
Professor of Geography
San Diego State University


Global Climate Change and its Potential Effects
on the San Diego Environment

September 7

Dr. Philip Pryde
Emeritus Professor of Geography
San Diego State University


Surrogate Buses, Feminist Navigation,
and Other Curious Sights in Attribute Space

September 21

Dr. André Skupin
Associate Professor of Geography
San Diego State University


Whose Woods Are These?:
Overlapping Resource Use by Humans and Macaques in Sulawesi, Indonesia

September 28

Dr. Erin Riley
Assistant Professor of Anthropology
San Diego State University


New Geography for New Media

October 5

Dr. James Craine
Assistant Professor of Geography
CSU Northridge


Mountain Pine Beetle Infested Landscapes:
Understanding the Spatial Dynamics of Epidemics

October 11

Dr. Trisalyn Nelson
Assistant Professor of Geography
University of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada


Using Cyberinfrastructure in Spatial Analysis: Principles and Practice

The Getis Lecture
October 12, 3:00pm
West Commons 220

Dr. Marc Armstrong
Professor of Geography
University of Iowa


The World's Most Endangered Forest

October 26

Dr. Thomas Gillespie
Associate Professor of Geography
University of California, Los Angeles


Aerial Geographies and Southern California
in the Early 20th Century

November 2

Dr. Denis Cosgrove
Alexander von Humbolt Professor of Geography
University of California, Los Angeles


Remote Monitoring of Land Surface Dynamics:
The Holy Grail for Shrubberies?

November 16

Dr. Doug Stow
Professor of Geography
San Diego State University

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