Natural Resources, Environmental Management, Applied Physical Geography
Ph.D., University of Oklahoma
Dr. Lewis maintains an active interest in applications of physical geography to natural resource management and the interface between the natural environment and human societies. He has published articles, reviews, and reports in numerous professional journals including Geographical Review, Journal of Geography, Geographical Perspectives and Southeastern Geographer plus publishing lab manuals on landform dynamics and physical geography. Dr. Lewis has worked with the Audubon Society and the City of Greensboro on a $100,000 project funded by the North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources, developing methods of restoring natural conditions to channelize urban stream corridors.
GEO 103 – Introduction to Earth Science
GEO 106 – Geosystems Science
GEO 205 – Environmental Change: Its Nature and Impact
GEO 601 – Research Trends in Geography
GEO 612 – Natural Resource Geography