Douglas A. Stow
Professor of Geography
Storm Hall 307B
Department of Geography
San Diego State University
San Diego, CA 92182-4493
- Wildfire fuel and spread relationships for chaparral shrublands of southern California
- Repeat Station Imaging (RSI) in support of wide-area and time-sensitive land surface monitoring
- Monitoring shrubland habitat reserves in southern California with remote sensing and image processing technologies.
- Forest canopy and land cover and land use change in Fanjinshan National Nature Reserve, China – a Golden Monkey reserve.
- NSF Complex Natural and Human Systems (CNH) Award (Co-PI, Douglas Stow) Impacts of ecosystem service payments in coupled natural and human systems