Associate Professor of Geography
Ph.D. in Geography - University of Texas, Austin
M.A. in Geography – University of Southern Illinois, Edwardsville, Illinois
M.Sc. in Geography – University of Benin, Nigeria
B.Sc. in Geography – University Benin, Nigeria
His areas of expertise include fluvial geomorphology (hydrology, watershed processes) environmental sustainability, and human modification of the natural environment. He uses many geospatial techniques, including remote sensing, GIS, GPS, computer mapping and cartography, and quantitative methods. His Ph.D. research focused on modeling soil erosion and river sediment loads and measuring hydrologic run-off in eastern Mexico.
Office: Bizzini Hall, C-220
Phone: (209) 667-3574
Select Courses taught:
Introduction to Physical Geography, Geographer’s Toolbox, World Regional Geography, Human Ecology, Geography of Mexico and Central America, Africa, South of the Sahara, Geomorphology, Remote Sensing, Field Methods, and Geographic Thought.