September 24, 2021

L-R: Tal Shutkin, Scott Reinemann, and Garrett Dort. The Great Basin team on a hike up to the summit of Wheeler Peak (flat-topped summit on back horizon), visiting their weather data loggers to…

September 15, 2021

Ice cores collected to study the history of climate cycles are affected, and even rendered useless, by global warming. Byrd Polar and Climate Research Center researchers Lonnie Thompson,…

September 10, 2021

Summer 2021 Graduation. From left to right: Jialin Li, Sohyun Park, Zhiying Li, Steven Quiring and Yuechun Wang.

Faculty News:

Max Woodworth's work on "ghost cities" in China was…

August 27, 2021

The Geography Department hosted a low-density Meet & Greet at the Ohio Stadium on August 23rd.
Standing left-right Eshita Eva, Abdirashid Dahir, Sohyun Park, Max Martin, Ahmad Tokey,…

August 13, 2021

Rebecca Chapman (PhD student, Geog; right) was in the field this summer, touring fish hatcheries across the Midwest. Theresa Shay, of the Iowa Department of Natural Resource, gives a tour of the…

July 30, 2021

Faculty News: 

Harvey Miller was mentioned in a Wired article, "America’s ‘Smart City’ Didn’t Get Much Smarter."

Student News:

Armita Kar (PhD student, Geog) was…

July 19, 2021

Sunrise from this morning. You may have noticed a more orange Ohio sunset and sunrise the last days, this is due to smoke in the atmosphere from Canadian wildfires.

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June 25, 2021

Faculty News:  

Desheng Liu is a coauthor on a paper about the urban heat island effect recently published in Computers, Environment and Urban Systems, featuring a 3D digital model of a…

June 11, 2021

Faculty News: 

Becky Mansfield is co-author on a new publication in the Annals of the AAG: The Glyphosate Assemblage: Herbicides, Uneven Development, and Chemical Geographies of Ubiquity…