SNRE Faculty book covers

SNRE Faculty & Researchers Honored at MLibrary

U-M Faculty Authors Event, 3/20

The cover art for these books will be incorporated into a temporary digital exhibit in the Author’s Corner in the Hatcher Graduate Library.

Dan Brown, Land Use and the Carbon Cycle: Advances in Integrated Science, Management and Policy, Cambridge University Press
Raymond De Young and Thomas Princen, The Localization Reader: Adapting to the Coming Downshift, MIT Press

Science Covers Event, 4/2

We will be honoring the following researchers for their recent publications by displaying the cover art of the journals. A few SNRE faculty members and researchers have expressed interest in speaking at the event, although we are still collecting confirmed RSVPs. Listed below are those authors who cover art will be incorporated into a digital exhibit in the Science Library.

Sandra Arlinghaus, Adjunct Professor of Natural Resources and Environment
Sandra Arlinghaus and Joseph J. Kerski. Spatial Mathematics: Theory and Practice Through Mapping. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, 2014.
Sandra L. Arlinghaus and William C. Arlinghaus. Pneumatic networks as geographs. Geographical Analysis: An International Journal of Theoretical Geography, v 43, issue 4, 4 October 2011, pp 358-369.

Paul Mohai, Professor of Natural Resources
Paul Mohai. Dispelling old myths: African American concern for the environment. Environment, v 45, issue 5, pp 10-26, June 2003

Pete Newton, Research Fellow
Peter Newton, Andrew R. Watkinson, and Carlos A. Peres. Spatial, temporal, and economic constraints to the commercial extraction of a non-timber forest product: Copaíba (Copaifera spp.) Oleoresin in Amazonian reserves. Economic Botany, v 66, issue 2, pp 165-177.

Catherine Riseng, Assistant Research Scientist, SNRE
David B. Bunnell, Intermittent Lecturer in Natural Resources and Environment and Adjunct Associate Professor of Natural Resources and Environment
Stuart Ludsin, Adjunct Associate Professor
Thomas H. Johengen, Associate Research Scientist & Director of Academic Programs, Cooperative Institute for Limnology and Ecosystems Research
David B. Bunnell, Richard P. Barbiero,  Stuart A. Ludsin, Charles P. Madenjian, Glenn J. Warren, David M. Dolan, Travis O. Brenden, Ruth Briland, Owen T. Gorman, Ji X. He, Thomas H. Johengen, Brian F. Lantry,  Barry M. Lesht,  Thomas F. Nalepa, Stephen C. Riley, Catherine M. Riseng, Ted J. Treska,  Iyob Tsehaye, Maureen G. Walsh, David M. Warner, Brian C.  Weidel. Changing Ecosystem Dynamics in the Laurentian Great Lakes: Bottom-Up and Top-Down Regulation. BioScience, v 64, issue 1, January 2014, pp 26-39, DOI: 10.1093/biosci/bit001.

Rosina Bierbaum, Professor of Natural Resources and Environment
Arun Agrawal, Professor of Natural Resources and Environment
Maria C. Lemos, Professor of Natural Resources and Environment
Nilton O. Renno*, Earle Williams, Daniel Rosenfeld, David G. Fischer, Jürgen Fischer,Tibor Kremic*, Arun Agrawal,  Meinrat O. Andreae, Rosina Bierbaum, Richard Blakeslee, Anko Boerner, Neil Bowles, Hugh Christian, Ann Cox, Jason Dunion, Akos Horvath, Xianglei Huang*, Alexander Khain, Stefan Kinne, Maria C. Lemos, Joyce E. Penner*, Ulrich Poschl, Johannes Quaas, Elena Seran, Bjorn Stevens, Thomas Walati, Thomas Wagner. CHASER: An innovative satellite mission concept to measure the effects of aerosols on clouds and climate. BAMS (Bulletin of American Meteorological Society), v 94, issue 5, 01 May 2013.

*Nilton Renno, U-M Applied Physics Program
* Tibor Kremic, Sponsored Affiliate
* Xianglei Huang, Associate Professor of Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences, College of Engineering
*Joyce E. Penner,  Prof of Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences & Associate Chair, Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences, College of Engineering

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