Kimberly Koenig and Dr. C. Andrew Day. 2023. Microstegium vimineum habitat suitability analysis in the Kentuckiana region using Geographic Information System (GIS) Modeling. Southeastern Geographer 63 (2): 183-202. DOI: 10.1353/sgo.2023.0014.
Drs. Andrea E. Gaughan & Forrest R. Stevens were winners of the Urban Science 2021 best paper award. Evaluating the Accuracy of Gridded Population Estimates in Slums: A Case Study in Nigeria and Kenya, By Dana R. Thomson, Andrea E. Gaughan, Forrest R. Stevens, Gregory Yetman, Peter Elias and Robert Chen Urban Sci. 2021, 5(2), 48; doi:10.3390/urbansci5020048
Dr. Rochner, M.L., *Patterson, T.W., *Heeter, K.J., and *Harley, G.L. 2023. Increased growth synchrony of red spruce in response to acid deposition recovery and climate change across its southern range extent, southeastern USA. The Southeastern Geographer, 63(1), 78–97.
Dr. Christopher Day had a paper published with Quint Long, one of our former graduate students, in the journal Physical Geography. Full article: A GIS-based approach for estimating fallow-season cropland soil erosion based on rainfall erosivity (tandfonline.com)
Dr. Jason Naylor, & Mulholland, J. P. (2023). The Impact of Vertical Wind Shear on the Outcome of Interactions Between Squall Lines and Cities. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 128, e2022JD037237
Dr. Charlie Zhang, Zierold, K.M., Myers, J.V., Brock, G.N. Sears, and Sears, L. 2022. Indoor coal ash and school and social competency among children aged 6–14 years. J Expo Sci Environ Epidemiol
Dr. Wei Song, Sun, X., Y, Wei, Y. Jin, and X. Li. (2022). The evolution of structural resilience of global oil and gas resources trade network. Global Network, 1-21.
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