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Drs. Gaughan and Stevens, along with UofL graduate students, work with an interdisciplinary team to study how communities and their households, land use, and climate interact to create or mitigate vulnerability in the Kavango-Zambezi Transfrontier Area of Southern Africa. The primary outcomes of this work makes important contributions to advancing the land system science field by conducting a comparison of land use/land cover change in the broader context of socio-ecological vulnerability for Africa’s largest transboundary conservation area.
Find out more about the project, including recent publications, here.
Margath Walker, "Is who you know as important as what you know? Mapping the invisible colleges supporting academic prestige"
Wei Song, “Influence of space-time differentiation of frontal area index on surface temperature” and “Landscape-Based Assessment of Urban Resilience: A Case Study of the Central City of Shenyang”
Carrie Mott, Daniel Cockayne,"Conscientious disengagement and whiteness as a condition of dialogue"
Rochner, M.L., Merrill, Z.A, and Smith, L.G.,"Dendrochronological Investigation of the Knob Creek Cabin at President Abraham Lincoln’s Boyhood Home, Hodgenville, Kentucky, USA"
Gaughan, A.E., Stevens, F.R., Pricope, N., Hartter, J., Cassidy, L., and J.D. Salerno,"Operationalizing Vulnerability: Land System Dynamics in a Transfrontier Conservation Area"
Liu, D., W. Song, J. Lu, C. Xie, and X. Wen., A New Geographical Cluster View on Passenger Vehicle Purchasing in Chinese Cities