Environmental Geography Faculty Researchers

Faculty
Research Interests
Jared Aldstadt, PhD
Assistant Professor
Department of Geography
Methods for understanding the spatial, spatiotemporal patterns of disease; using spatial analysis, geospatial technologies to improve sampling methods and to better characterize relationships between health and environmental factors.
Ling Bian, PhD
Professor
Department of Geography
Geographic information science (GIS), individual-based spatially explicit epidemiological modeling and interoperability of environmental models.
David M. Mark, PhD
SUNY Distinguished Professor
Department of Geography
Director, National Center for
Geographic Information and Analysis
Ontology of the geospatial domain, geographic cognition, cultural differences in geographic concepts, geographic information systems, human-computer interaction, and digital elevation models.
Peter A. Rogerson, PhD
Professor
Department of Geography
Demography and population change, epidemiology, spatial statistics, and spatial analysis.
Eun-Hye Enki Yoo, PhD
Assistant Professor
Department of Geography
Fundamental issues in GIScience, spatial scale, uncertainty modeling, spatio-temporal modeling; public health and environmental modeling and spatial hedonic modeling, using geostatistics and spatial statistics.
Geoffrey Jacquez
Professor
Department of Geography
Application of geographic information system (GIS) in public health, assessing the effects of time of exposure on individual susceptibility to environmental pollutants and the delay from exposure to effect (latency).