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The San Diego State University Department of Geography conducts domestic and international research across a wide range of aspects of contemporary physical, environmental, and human geography and their associated methodologies. For example, research is currently being conducted on: water resources, climate change, visualization, computer mapping technology, remote sensing, spatial decision support systems, fire hazards, drought, biogeography, natural resource management, human impacts on coastal, marine and other environments, urban change and restructuring, informal urban politics and collective action, alternative food practices, migration, disease distribution, and the geographies of children, families and communities. 

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