Geography & Environmental Sustainability Faculty Present at AAG Conference

Several faculty members in the Department of Geography and Environmental Sustainability presented their research at the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers in San Francisco, California 29 March – 02 April 2016.

Dr. Tracy Allen presented a poster on “Plant Succession on Three Different Aged Glacial Surge Surfaces” in the Physical Geography Poster Session. Dr. Trevor Fuller presented a paper on “The Eastern Siberia Pacific Ocean Pipeline in Yakutia: Visualizing Impacts on Indigenous Land Use” in a session focusing on Geospatial Analysis of Human-Environmental Systems in the context of Polar Issues. Dr. Kenneth Johnson presented a paper on “Regionalism, Nationalism and the Future of the European Union” in a session discussing Challenges for Europe. Dr. Tyra Olstad presented a paper on “Place Attachment, Visitor Perception, and Wilderness Management in the Adirondack High Peaks ” in one of a series of sessions on Place Attachment Research.  The Annual Meeting of the AAG provides an opportunity for several thousand geographers from around the world to meet to discuss issues of place, space, geospatial sciences, and human-environment interaction. More information is available at: