We are here to give you a challenging and rewarding academic experience. We know that to be on the cutting edge, we have to have a strong research program.
Our faculty and students are active in research opportunities in a wide variety of fields such as:
- Severe weather
- Urban forests and biogeography
- Historical cartography
- Meteorological education
- Remote sensing and heat loss
- Heritage tourism
Here are a few examples:
- Pacific Rim ports and developments as well as ethnic Southeast Asians in North America (Christopher Airriess)
- The influence of the North American Oscillation (NAO) on summer streamflow and winter snowfall variability in the Eastern United States (Jill Coleman)
- Agricultural land changes in the urban expansion during the past two decades in Shanxi Province of China (Jason Yang)
- The effects of Snow on Traffic Counts in Upstate New York (Dave Call)
As you can see, we cover a lot areas, and it’s all for your benefit.
Our faculty have conducted research, such as: