Jessica R. Barnes, Ph.D. Lecturer Accordion Closed
Curriculum Vitae – at NAU since 2014
Ph.D., Geography, The Ohio State University, 2014
M.A., Geography, The Ohio State University, 2009
B.A., Geography and English, University of Wisconsin-Platteville, 2007
2014-present, Human geography lecturer, Department of Geography, Planning, and Recreation, Northern Arizona University
Sept 2007-December 2013, Graduate teaching associate, Department of Geography, The Ohio State University
Barnes, J. 2013. Telling Stories of Climate Change Here: Print Journalists’ Practices for Localizing Climate Change. Aether XII: 1-23. http://geogdata.csun.edu/~aether/pdf/volume_12/barnes.pdf
Barnes, J. R. 2009. Op-Ed: Geographers should be more vocal on climate change. AAG Newsletter. 44(5, May): 11.
Ruihong Huang, PhD, Associate Professor Accordion Closed
GIS Certificate Program Advisor
at NAU since 2003
PhD, University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee, 2003
MS, Zhongshan (Sun Yat-sen) University, China, 1988
BS, Hunan Normal University, China, 1985
August, 2009 – Present, Associate Professor, Northern Arizona University
August, 2003 – 2009, Assistant Professor, Northern Arizona University
1996-1997, Visiting Scholar, School of Survey, University of East London, U.K.
1988-1998, Lecturer, Department of Geography, Zhongshan (Sun Yat-sen) University
Ruihong Huang and Dawn Hawley, 2009, A Data Model and Internet GIS Framework for Safe Routes to School, URISA Journal. 21(1):21-30.
Huang, Ruihong and Christina B. Kennedy, 2008. Discovering the Geography of Land Values by Hidden Markov Models, in T.J. Cova et al. (Eds.): GIScience 2008, LNCS 5266, pp.70-89.
Huang, Ruihong and Zhong-Ren Peng, 2008. A Spatiotemporal Data model for Dynamic Transit Networks, International Journal of Geographic Information Science. 22(5): 527-545.
Huang, Ruihong, 2008. Modeling Transit Networks by GML for Distributed Transit Trip Planners, Journal of Spatial Science. 53(1):1-15.
Huang, Ruihong, 2007. A Schedule-based Pathfinding Algorithm for Transit Networks Using Pattern First Search, GeoInformatica. 11:269-285.
Dawn Hawley, PhD, Professor Accordion Closed
GSP Program Coordinator
at NAU since 1991
PhD, Arizona State University, 1994
MA, University of Nebraska, Omaha
BA, Baylor University
Alan A. Lew, PhD, AICP, Professor Accordion Closed
Community Planning Certificate Advisor
Homepage – NAU since 1986
Fellow of the International Academy for the Study of Tourism, 2011
American Institute of Certified Planners, 1991
PhD, University of Oregon, Eugene, 1986
Master of Urban Planning, University of Oregon, Eugene, 1983
MA, Geography, University of Oregon, Eugene, 1983
BA, Geography, University of Hawaii, Hilo, 1981
Editor-in-Chief, Tourism Geographies: An International Journal of Tourism Space, Place and Environment (Routledge, UK), since 1999
Williams, Stephen and Lew, A.A. 2014. Tourism Geography, 3rd edition. Oxford: Routledge.
Lew, A.A.; Hall, C.M. and Williams, A.M. editors, 2014. The Wiley-Blackwell Companion to Tourism. Oxford: Blackwell.
Lew, A.A.; Hall, C.Michael; and Timothy, Dallen. 2011. World Regional Geography: Tourism Destinations, Human Mobilities, Sustainable Environments. Des Moine, IA: Kendall-Hunt.
Hall, C.Michael and Lew, A.A. 2009. Understanding and Managing Tourism Impacts: An Integrated Approach. London: Routledge.
Cartier, Carolyn L. and Lew, A.A., eds. 2005. Seductions of Place: Geographical Perspectives on Globalization and Touristed Landscapes. London: Routledge.
Mark Manone, MA, Associate Professor of Practice Accordion Closed
at NAU since 2010
Northern Arizona University, MA 2009 Rural Geography (GIS/Remote Sensing)\
Northern Arizona University, BS 1992 Geography/GIS
Assistant Professor of Practice, Geography, Planning and Recreation 2010-present
Director, Geospatial Research and Information Lab 2010-present
Adjunct Faculty, Dine’ College, 2008-present
ESRI Authorized GIS Instructor 2003-2009
Androwski, J., A. Springer, T. Acker, M. Manone. 2010. Wind-Powered Desalination: An Estimate of Saline Groundwater in the U.S. Journal of the American Water Resources Association.
Hoisch, T.S., Newell, S, Manone, M.F. and Austin, B. 2010. Application of tablet PCs to lecture demonstrations on mineral optics. Journal of Geoscience Education.
Manone, M.F., Umhoefer P.J. and Garcia, P. 2006, Integrating emerging Technologies Throughout the Geology Undergraduate Curriculum: Using Tablet PCs, Wireless Networks, and Digital Geospatial Data in the Classroom, Lab, and Field,1st annual Workshop on the Impact of Pen-based Technology on Education. “The Impact of Pen-based Technology on Education: Vignettes, Evaluations, and Future Directions” editors Dave Berque, Jane Prey, and Rob Reed. Purdue University Press.
Manone, M. 2004, Comparative assessment of short term volume change on sandbars using digital softcopy stereo-photogrammetry versus two-dimensional planimetric photogrammetry, Final report to the Grand Canyon Monitoring and Research Center, cooperative agreement # 1425-98-FC-40-22630, pp 38
Manone, M.F., and Mietz, S., 2001 Preliminary evaluation of LIDAR data acquired prior to and following the September 2001 Colorado River experimental flow, Glen Canyon Dam Adaptive Management Program Science Symposium Proceedings, Flagstaff, Az. April 26-27.
Grand Canyon National Park – Development of Archaeology Geodatabase. 2010. PI. $10,683
National Science Foundation – ITEST, Examine Your Environment with the Power of Data (EYE-POD), 2009. Co-PI. $926,000
Science Foundation Arizona, – Harnessing the Power of Data, 2009, Co-PI. $400,017
TRIF – ERDENE – 2009. Development of online GIS workshop modules and ArcGI server interface for Arizona GIS base data. PI. $48,756
HP Technology for Teaching Leadership Grant – 2005, $168,000. Principal Investigator
Brian C. Petersen, PhD, Assistant Professor Accordion Closed
PhD Environmental Studies, University of California Santa Cruz
MS Forest Resources, University of Washington
Masters of Public Administration, University of Washington
BS Environmental Science, University of Idaho
My research and teaching interests center around sustainability and climate change adaptation. My background is in Environmental Studies. I draw on critical geography in my research and teaching. Currently, my research analyzes responses to climate change to meet societal and conservation objectives. This includes research into natural resource management and planning as well as projects looking at how cities are adapting to climate change. I teach graduate courses on Social Ecological Systems and Planning for Sustainable Communities. I serve on graduate committees for students from across campus and am interested in working with students pursuing research projects and practicums broadly related to my interest areas.
Petersen B. and D. Stuart D. 2017. Navigating critical thresholds in natural resource management: a case study of Olympic National Park. Journal of Extreme Events (4).
Doll, J.E., B. Petersen, C. Bode. 2017. Skeptical but adapting: what Midwestern farmers say about climate change. Weather, Climate, and Society (9): 739-751.
Gunderson, R., D. Stuart, B. Petersen. 2017. Ideological obstacles to effective climate policy: the greening of markets, technology, and growth. Capital and Class: 1-28.
Gunderson, R., Stuart, D., Petersen, B. 2016. Factory Farming: Impacts and Potential Solutions. In Agenda for Social Justice: Solutions for 2016. Edited by Muschert, G., Klocke, B., Perruci, R., Shefner, J. Policy Press, Bristol.
Petersen, B., S. Snapp. 2015. How to feed the world and protect the environment: expert views on sustainable intensification. Land Use Policy.
Petersen B, Montambault J, Koopman M. 2014. The potential for double-loop learning to enable landscape conservation efforts. Environmental Management 54 (4):782-794.
Petersen, B. and D. Stuart. 2014. Explanations of a changing landscape: a critical examination of the British Columbia bark beetle epidemic. Environment and Planning A 46:598-613.
Petersen, B. and A. Wellstead. 2014. Responding to a forest catastrophe: the emergence of new governance arrangements in southern California. ISRN Economics 2014: http://www.hindawi.com/journals/isrn.economics/2014/982481/
Petersen, B., Hall, K.R., Kahl, K., Doran, P.J. 2013. In their own words: perceptions of climate change adaptation from the Great Lakes region’s resource management community. Environmental Practice 15, 377-392.
Lin, B., Petersen, B. 2013. Resilience, regime shifts and guided transition under climate change: examining the practical difficulties of managing continually changing ecosystems. Ecology and Society 18 http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol18/iss1/art28/
Cross, M.S., Zavaleta, E.S., Bachelet, D., Brooks, M.L., Enquist, C.A.F., Fleishman, E., Graumlich, L.J., Groves, C.R., Hannah, L., Hansen, L., Hayward, G., Koopman, M., Lawler, J.J., Malcolm, J., Nordgren, J., Petersen, B., Rowland, E.L., Scott, D., Shafer, S.L., Shaw, M.R., Tabor, G.M., 2012. The Adaptation for Conservation Targets (ACT) Framework: A Tool for Incorporating Climate Change into Natural Resource Management. Environmental Management 50, 341-351.
Levin, K. and B. Petersen. 2011. Tradeoffs in the policy process in advancing climate change adaptation: the case of Australia’s Great Eastern Ranges Initiative. Journal of Natural Resources Policy Research 3, 145-162.
West, J.M., S.H. Julius, P. Kareiva, C. Enquist, J.J. Lawler, B. Petersen, A.E. Johnson, M.R. Shaw. 2009. U.S. natural resources and climate change: concepts and approaches for management adaptation. Environmental Management 44, 1001-1021.
Erik Schiefer, PhD, Associate Professor Accordion Closed
GSP Graduate Programs Coordinator
Homepage – at NAU since 2008
PhD, University of British Colombia, 2004
MSc, University of British Colombia, 1999
BS, Wilfrid Laurier University, 1997
Northern Arizona University, Assistant Professor, 2009-current
University of British Colombia, Postdoctoral Fellow, 2007-2009
Western Canadian Cryospheric Network, Postdoctoral Fellow, 2006-2007
Queen’s University, Postdoctoral Fellow, 2005-2006
Schiefer, E., Gilbert, R., and Hassan, M. 2011. A Lake Sediment-Based Proxy of Floods in the Rocky Mountain Front Range, Canada. Journal of Paleolimnology 45: 137-149.
Schiefer, E., Hassan, M., Menounos, B., Pelpola, C., and Slaymaker, O. 2010. Inter-Decadal Controls of Total Sediment Yield in a Montane Catchment, Coast Mountains, British Columbia, Canada. Geomorphology 118: 207-212.
Berthier, E., Schiefer, E, Clarke, G.K.C., Menounos, B., and Rémy, F. 2010. Ice Loss and Sea Level Rise, Contributions from Alaskan Glaciers. Nature Geoscience 3: 92-95.
Schiefer, E. and Menounos, B. 2010. Climatic and Morphometric Controls on the Altitudinal Range of Glaciers, British Columbia, Canada. Holocene 20: 517-560.
Schiefer, E. Menounos, and Wheate, R. 2008. An Inventory and Morphometric Analysis of British Columbia Glaciers, Canada. Journal of Glaciology 54: 551-560.
Amanda B. Stan, Ph.D. Lecturer Accordion Closed
Homepage – at NAU since 2013
PhD, University of British Columbia, 2008
MS, Northern Illinois University, 2001
BS, Northern Illinois University, 1999
2013-present, Lecturer, Department of Geography, Planning and Recreation, Northern Arizona University
2011-2013, Research Associate, School of Forestry, Northern Arizona University
2009-2011, Research Associate, Ecological Restoration Institute and School of Forestry, Northern Arizona University
2007-2009, Research Assistant, Tree-Ring Lab, University of British Columbia
Stan, A.B., P.Z. Fulé, K.B. Ireland, and J.S. Sanderlin. (Submitted). Modern burning by Native Americans resembles historical fire regime.
Ireland, K.B., A.B. Stan, and P.Z. Fulé. 2012. Bottom-up control of a northern Arizona ponderosa pine forest fire regime in a fragmented landscape. Landscape Ecology 27:983-997.
Stan, A.B., T.B. Maertens, L.D. Daniels, and S. Zeglen. 2011. Reconstructing population dynamics of yellow-cedar in declining stands: baseline information from tree rings. Tree-Ring Research 67:13-25.
Stan, A.B. and L.D. Daniels. 2010. Growth releases of three shade-tolerant species following canopy gap formation in old-growth forests. Journal of Vegetation Science 21:74-87.
Margo Wheeler, MURS, FAICP, Lecturer Accordion Closed
Curriculum Vitae – at NAU since 2014
Masters of Urban & Regional Studies, University of Southern California, 1981
Bachelor of Arts in Economics, California State University Los Angeles, 1977
Professional experience (selected)
Director of Planning, Palm Springs, CA 2013 – 2014
Director of Planning, Las Vegas, NV 2001 – 2011
– Comparable positions in the cities of Monterey Park, Davis, Bellflower, CA 1988 – 2001
Fellow of the American Institute of Certified Planners, 2014
Chair, American Planning Association of City Planning & Management Division, 2009 – 2012
Directors’ Council American City Quality Foundation, 2006 – 2014
American Institute of Certified Planners, 1991
California State University, San Bernardino, Department of Public Administration Graduate School, adjunct lecturer, 2013 – 2014
University of Nevada, Las Vegas, School of Architecture, Land Architecture and Planning, guest lecturer, 2005 – 2010