The Department of Geography Lecture Series features a variety of local, national and international speakers from across the full spectrum of the discipline. Lectures are Thursdays from noon-1pm in Saunders 443B, unless noted otherwise. All are welcome to attend.
For more information about the series please contact Qi Chen.
'New Latitude Wines': Conceptualising the development of the Thai Wine industry
Associate Professor, Development Studies Programme, Massey University, New Zealand
The Weather on Mars
Professor, Department of Meteorology and International Pacific Research Center, UH Manoa
Militarization, Resistance and Transcending Hegemony in the Pacific
Assistant Professor, Geography, University of Hawaii at Hilo
Sept 28 (4:00pm)
Book Launch - Border Walls: Security and the War on Terror in the United States, India, and Israel
Associate Professor, Geography, University of Hawaii at Manoa
Effects of Pixel Deformation and Mis-registration on Cross-calibration of Vegetation Index Data Records
Associate Professor, NREM, UH Manoa
Death By 1000 Cuts: Decentralization and Road Construction at Sumatra's Kerinci Seblat National Park
Ph.D. student, Geography, UH Manoa
Tourism, entrepreneurialism and the rural-urban interface in post-socialist Vietnam.
Assistant Professor, Geography, National University of Singapore
The Digital Age Reinvents Spatial Technology
HIGICC (Hawaii Geographic Information Coordinating Council) President