Professor, School of Natural Resources & the Environment
Plant ecology and ecosystem sciences. Interdisciplinary research on dry-land plant community dynamics and succession, with an emphasis on grass-woody plant interactions in relation to soils, climate, disturbance, and land use.
Professor and Director, School of Anthropology, Research Anthropologist (BARA)
Long-term, multi-sectoral partnerships with governmental, non-governmental, academic, and business organizations, with emphasis on the development of community-based participatory research approaches.
Associate Professor, Anthropology, Associate Research Anthropologist (BARA)
Participatory Development, Household Livelihood Security, Applied Anthropology, Land Tenure, Gender and International Development with special focus on Africa and the Caribbean, and Research Methodology.
Assistant Professor, Biogeography and Ecosystem Science, School of Geography & Development and Biosphere 2
Leaf, soil, and ecosystem scale fluxes of carbon and water in response to vegetative and climatic change.
Associate Professor, School of Geography & Development
Comparative and international water law and policy in diffrent contexts of Chilte, Estern U.S., Spain , and Mexico.
Assistant Professor of Aquatic Ecology, School of Natural Resources and the Environment
Arid Lands, Conservation Biology, Invasive Species
Professor, School of Natural Resources and the Environment
Professor, Architecture and Environmental Sciences, College of Architecture, Planning & Landscape Architecture
Energy conservation, passive solar architecture, outdoor environmental comfort, green building materials, and sustainable architecture.
Assistant Professor, American Indian Studies and Assistant Specialist in the department of Soil, Water, Water and Environmental Sciences
Soil, Water and Enviromental Science - Extension; Assistant Specialist, Soil/Water and Environmental Science; Improving our understanding, tools, and predictions of watershed hydrology, unsaturated flow in arid environments, and how natural and human disturbances affect soil hydrology through the use of physically based methods.
Professor, Agricultural & Resource Economics
Resource economics, impacts of climate change on resource utilization and value of natural areas, hydrology and water resources.
Professor, Geography & Development and Provost
Climatology, air pollution, environmental issues.
Professor, Agricultural & Resource Economics
Natural resource & environmental economics & policy.
Curator, and Assistant Professor of Anthropology and Dendrochronology, The Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research
The study of human and environmental interactions, maritime archaelogy, dendroarhaeceology, and Egyptian archaelogy.
Associate Professor and Associate Extension Specialist, Soil, Water & Environmental Science
Increasing climate science literacy and developing strategies to adapt to a changing climate. Implementation of drought preparedness and impact monitoring plans.
Associate Professor, Agricultural & Biosystems Engineering
Applying engineering to put biological systems to work. Bioreactor design & secondary metabolite production.
Associate Professor, Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Mel & Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health
Examining the links between environment and environmental change and infectious disease transmission; particularly vector-borne diseases.
Associate Research Scientist, Institute of the Environment, Associate Research Professor, Natural Resources and the Environment
Climate and adaptation; Governance, Law, and POlic; Science Engagement
Applied Anthropologist, Bureau of Applied Research in Anthropology
Applied anthropology, cultural and societal impacts of climate vulnerability, famine vulnerability and early warning.
Research Professor, School of Natural Resources and the Environment
Associate Professor, Agriculture Education
Principles and Practices of Agricultural Mechanization, Turf and Landscape Technology, Applications in Agricultural Mechanics, Operations in Agricultural Mechanics, and Instructional Materials Development
Assistant Professor, School of Natural Resources & the Environment
Associate Professor and Associate Extension Specialist, School of Natural Resources & the Environment
Research Topics: Climate Adaptation and Sustainability; Global Change Management; and Watershed Management.
Associate Professor and Associate Extension Specialist, School of School of Geography & Development
Research Topics: Water governance and policy; Global environmental policy; Transboundary waters; Groundwater management; Resilience, adaptatation, social-ecological ystesms; Western U.S., U.S., Latin America, SE Aisa, Europe.
Associate Professor, School ofGeography & Development
Professor, School of Natural Resources & the Environment
Watershed hydrology and management; watershed assessment and planning; nonpoint source pollution; geographic information science and technology
Zack Guido is the program manager and research scientist for the University of Arizona’s International Research and Applications Program (IRAP) and research affiliate at the Climate Assessment for the Southwest (CLIMAS).
Quantifying climate impacts on water resources (including glaciers), co-producing end-to-end climate services, and advancing climate risk management through participatory processes.
Professor, Southwest Center for Natural Products Research & Commercialization, School of Natural Resources & the Environment
Application of natural product chemistry to solve problems of human and animal health and agriculture.
Associate Professor Emerita, Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research & Member of the Global Change, Graduate Interdisciplinary Program (GIDP)
Climatology, hydrology, climate variability & dendroclimatology.
Professor, School of Anthropology & Geosciences (Adjunct in Geography)
Geoarchaeology, Paleoindian archaeology, soil-geomorphology, and Quaternary landscape evolution and paleoenvironments.
Professor Emeritus, Arid Land Studies, School of Natural Resources & the Environment
Geography, remote sensing and arid lands, monitoring techniques for agriculture and natural resources using satellite and aerial video systems.
Regents Professor, Dendrochronology, The Laboratory of the Tree-Ring Research
Climatology, modeling, dendrochronology. Specific areas of interest include past climate in Europe, Asia, and the Sierra Nevada, as indicated by tree rings.
Regents Professor, School of Geography and Development and Co-Director, Institute of the Environment
Global change, climate impacts, vulnerability and adaptation, and climate policy and mitigation especially in the developing world.
Professor, Landscape Architecture
Ecological and environmental issues in arid environments; use of native plants and design of urban wildlife spaces.
Assistant Professor, School of Natural Resources and the Environment
Conservation biology and policy, transboundary conservation, ecosytem servies.
Director, School of Natural Resources and the Environment, Professor, Arid Lands Resource Sciences Ph.D. Program, and The School of Geography and Development
Land use and land cover change; impacts of climate and anthropogenic change on arid lands; Remote sensing; application of geospatial technologies to environmental studies; Development of decision support systems for natural resource management
Professor, Range Management , The School of Natural Resources and the Environment
Rangeland plant ecology and management, with particular emphasis on arid grasslands and savannas
Staff Scientist, Center for Climate Adaptatiton Science and Solutions and the Institute of the Environment
Environmental ecoogy; her research focuses on the process of linking scientists with stakeholders to co-produce climate science knowledge.
Director, Water Resources Research Center, Professor, of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Director of The University of Arizona Water Sustainability Program
State and regional water resources management and policy with areas of focus including storage and recovery programs, regional approaches to water management, ecosystem restoration, and the role of the private sector in water delivery.
Professor and Associate Director, Natural Products Center, Chair, Arid Lands Resource Sciences GIDP, Director of Graduate Studies, Applied Biosciences track in Industrial Microbial Biotechnology, Chair Applied Biosciences
Biosynthetic engineering, microbial genetics, combinatorial biosynthesis, genomics, biocatalysis, industrial biotechnology, drug discovery, natural products, antibiotics, anticancer agents, biofuels
Associate Professor, School of Natural Resources and the Environment
Climate adaptation and sustatainability; ecohydrology & biogeochemistry; geospatial science & modeling; global change management; plant & soil ecology; and remote sensing.
Associate Professor, History
Research on the North American West focusing on the region's environmental, social, cultural, and intellectual history.
Research Social Scientist, Southwest Center, College of Social & Behavioral Sciences
Desert agro-ecology, agro-biodiversity, seed-saving, water-harvesting, on-farm pollination enhancement or climate-friendly strategies for local food production.
Associate Professor of Anthropology, Associate Professor (MENAS), Associate Research Anthropologist (BARA)
Urbanization in Africa and the Middle East, complexity theory, economic theory, mathematical methodologies in anthropology and history, the history of credit, flood recession agriculture, the Sahara, the Sahel, North Africa, development, economic history, North African Arabic archives, bureaucracy in Africa and the Middle East, colonialism & imperialism, anthropology of law, Islam, land tenure, 18th to 21st C European philosophy, foragers in arid lands, pastoralism, Pyrrhonic skepticism, political ecology.
Associate Research Scientist, School of Natural Resources and the Environment
Arid lands; ecohydrology and bigeochemistry; and water resources management.
University Distinguished Professor & Faculty Fellow, Plant Sciences, The School of Plant Sciences, Arid Lands Studies
Evaluate new crops and products for cultivation and processing in arid environments. Read more at: http://cals.arizona.edu/spls/content/dennis-t
Professor, School of Geography & Development; Research Professor of Water Resources Policy (Udall Center).
Urban growth and water reuse, human-environment tradeoffs and their water scarcity and quality implications, and the role of land use (both irrigation and urban development) in mitigating water scarcity and water quality impacts in semi-arid regions.
Department Head, Soil,Water & Environmental Science
Development of crop production management strategies that optimize the soil-plant system agronomically and economically, with full consideration of the short- and long-term impact of inputs environmentally.
Dean's Chair for Excellence, Cecil Miller Families, Professor, Agriculture & Biosystems Engineering
On farm water management practices; irrigation systems & technologies; watershed hydrology; erosion control; biofuels from Sorghum.
Associate Professor, School of Natural Resources and the Environment and the Department of Plant Sciences
Cimate adaptation and sustainability; conservation biology; geospatial science & modeling; plant genetics & improvement; evolutionary ecology.
Research Anthropologist, School of Anthropology, BARA
Cultural anthropology, social impact assessment, developmental anthropology, Native Americans, Caribbean industrial anthropology, fisheries, Ethnobotany; satellite imagery.
Professor and Department Head, Agricultural Education
Advances in career and technical education in agriculture.
Assistant Professor of Dendrochronology, Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research
Reconstruction of atmospheric circulation patterns and how they influence fire regimes through the use of tree-rings.
Professor of Hydrology and Water Resources
Stochastic and deterministic hydrology, flood forecasting, mathematical models of natural resources systems, modeling of space-time precipitation, environmental risk assessment, and stochastic modeling of environmental processes.
Associate Professor, School of Natural Resources & the Environment
Land Surface Phenology; Biogeography; Remote Sensing Science and Applications of Coupled Natural and Human Systems; Geospatial & Temporal Decision Support Systems and Tools for Land and Water management; Assessing Impact of Fire and Drought on Vegetation Response Drylands around the World.
Deputy Director, Udall Center; Director, Environmental Programs; Professor, Environmental Policy
Environmental policy; environmental history. with an emphasis on transboundary issues, especially along the U.S.-Mexico border.
EH Faculty Instructor, Department of Hydrology & Water Resources
Basin scale hydrology/runoff using remotely sensed data; land surface Parameterization in mesoscale; assimilation of soil moisture into hydrologic models; applying emerging technologies to distributed hydrologic modeling.
Professor and Interim Head, School of Geography and Development
Climate and paleoclimate of western North America, with emphasis on drought and water issues; reconstruction of past climate and hydrology using tree rings, analysis of past and current climate variability, and the investigation of circulation features that influence regional climate.
Research Social Scientist, Southwest Studies Center
Ecology and rural development relating to southwestern United States and northwestern Mexico, ethnobotany, border issues.
Professor, School of Geography & Development
Plant geography and landscape ecology, using remote sensing and geographic information system techniques as tools for inquiry.