Adjunct Faculty


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The department has 8 specific fields of strength:
Biogeosciences, Climate, Cognitive and Behavioral Geography, Geographic Information Science, Human-Environment Relations, Ocean Processes, Remote Sensing, and Transportation.
Each field is covered by several faculty, plus affiliates, emeriti, and interdisciplinary units and cross-appointments. All faculty have expertise that transcend any single field, thus providing cohesive linkages.

  • Chair: Oliver Chadwick
  • Vice Chair and Graduate Advisor: Libe Washburn
  • Undergraduate Advisors: Dar Roberts
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Bodo Bookhagen
Bodo Bookhagen
Associate Adjunct Professor



PhD (summa cum laude), Potsdam University, Germany (Geology), 2005
Understanding Quaternary climate change, geomorphic processes, landscape evolution, and tectonic processes through integrated studies involving cosmogenic radionuclide dating, recent and past climatic records, remote sensing, numerical modeling, and field observations

Website: http://www.geog.ucsb.edu/~bodo/
Email: bodo.bookhagen@geo.uni-potsdam.de
Office: University of Potsdam, Institute of Earth and Environmental Science
Telephone: +49-331-977 5779
Phaedon Kyriakidis
Phaedon Kyriakidis
Adjunct Professor
Geographic Information Science



PhD, Stanford University (Geological and Environmental Sciences), 1999
Geostatistics and spatial analysis, stochastic environmental modeling, scale issues in spatial data integration

Website: http://www.geog.ucsb.edu/~phaedon/
Email: phaedon@geog.ucsb.edu
Martin Raubal
Martin Raubal
Adjunct Professor
ETH Zurich, Institute of Cartography and Geoinformation



Dr. techn., Vienna University of Technology (Geoinformation), 2001;
Dipl.-Ing., Vienna University of Technology (Surveying Engineering and Geoinformation), 1998;
MS, University of Maine (Spatial Information Science and Engineering), 1997;
Habilitation, University of Muenster (Venia legendi in Geoinformatics), 2006

Website: http://raubal.cartography.ch/
Email: mraubal@ethz.ch
Chris Still
Chris Still
Adjunct Professor





PhD, Stanford University (Biological Sciences), 2000
Biogeochemistry, biogeography, earth system science, sustainability science, ecological climatology, climate change, carbon cycling, plant ecophysiology, and stable isotopes

Email: chris.still@oregonstate.edu
Office: Oregon State University
Telephone: 541-737+4086