ALRS alum and now faculty at the School of Natural Resources & Environment at the University of Arizona published an article in Nature along with Dr. Aaron Lien and Dr. Dave Breshears. Their research link fire-impacted areas to range impacts on biodiversity, and then normalizing by drought, link to policies of increased and decreased regulation. The abstract concludes "These results highlight the critical role of policy enforcement in the preservation of biodiversity in the Amazon." The article so far has been covered in the media by eight sources from five countries.
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Simone Williams’ Research Gets USGS Grant Support And Will Be Presented At The AWRA National Conference
ALRS Student, Diana Githu, was named a Carson scholar for 2021-2022!
ALRS student, Ida Sami, her advisor, Dr. Ladd Keith from College of Architecture, Planning, and Landscape Architecture, and several other UA colleagues, co-authored a paper titled Extreme Heat at Outdoor COVID-19 Vaccination Sites, in the Journal of Climate Change and Health.
ALRS Student, Monica Landgrave Serrano, was interviewed by Discover Magazine for her recent published paper, titled "How 'Guerrilla Gardening' Can Change Your City." To read the article, please click here: https://www.discovermagazine.com/environment/how-guerrilla-gardening-can...
ALRS student Karina Guadalupe Martinez and Dr. Stephanie Buechler worked together on an article titled "Energy Justice, Renewable Energy, and the Rural-Urban Divide: Insights from the Southwest U.S," and is now availabe online for others to read.
Steven R. Archer, Ph.D. has just been designated as a Regents Professor by the Arizona Board of Regents! Regents Professor Archer will be inducted at a special ceremony during the next academic year. The Regents Professor title is reserved for outstanding full professors who have achieved national or international recognition and exemplify the University of Arizona’s objectives and standards for scholarship, research or creative activities, and teaching.
Andrea Gerlak, research professor in the Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy and professor in the School of Geography, Development and Environment, has been named acting director of the Udall Center, replacing Director Christopher Scott as he leaves the University of Arizona on May 23.
One of our ALRS doctoral students was highlighted by the Graduate College!
Congratulations Sam Chambers for being a co-author of a paper in the Geoforum Journal: "The corral apparatus: counterinsurgency and the architecture of death and deterrence along the Mexico/United States border."