Dr. Mary Hall-Brown
Ph.D., University of North Carolina, Greensboro
Dr. Hall-Brown is interested in the use of Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Science and Technology to identify, monitor and model environmental change due to a warming climate. She is presently working on two projects: Time Change Analyses of the northern slope of Alaska and Terrestrial-Aquatic linkages in southwestern Greenland. The goal she has for her Earth Science students is to not only help them learn basic atmospheric, geologic, and hydrologic concepts, but to also get them to see the connection between those concepts and their everyday lives.