Office: 2037 - Physical Sciences
I am a physical geographer with research interests in fluvial geomorphology. My research involves process-based field investigations of fluvial systems and has focused on the flow structure and channel morphology of river confluences and meander bends. I am also interested in human impacts on river systems, watershed management, the role of scale on process-form interactions, and the use of hydroacoustics to collect velocity and bathymetric data.
GEO 1120G - The Natural Environment
GEO 3020 - Natural Disasters
GEO 3420 - Geomorphology: Surficial Processes and Landforms
GEO 3550 - Surface Water: Processes and Resources
GEO 3875 - Field Methods
EIU 4101G - Spaceship Earth: The Present State
GEO 4430 - Undergraduate Research in Earth Science
GEO 4440 - Undergraduate Research in Geography
Ph.D. Geography, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
M.A. Geography/Water Resources, University of Wyoming
B.S. Environmental Management, Business Administration, Elmhurst College
Physical Science Building
600 Lincoln Ave.
Charleston, IL 61920