Alison McNally

Assistant Professor of Geography

Education:

Ph.D. in Geography – UC Davis, 2014

M.A. in Geography – UC Davis, 2011

B. A. in Geography – CSU Stanislaus, 2005

Research interests: 

I am interested in understanding how physical environments that have developed under unique conditions may evolve under changing conditions (i.e. a changing climate, particulate deposition on landscapes, chemical applications), and how these new conditions affect the distribution of plant and animal species. I am also interested in water accessibility and sustainability issues.  My research is influenced by Biogeography, Geomorphology, Landscape Ecology, and Geospatial Science.

Alison McNally

Contact Information

Office: Bizzini Hall, C-217
Phone: (
209) 667-3557
Email: 
amcnally@csustan.edu

Courses taught:

Water and Power, Geographer’s Toolbox, Climatology, Cartography and Visualization, GIS, Hazards and Risk Assessment, Geographic Processes in the Western U.S., Field Methods.

 

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