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Richard Dixon

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Professor
Ph.D., Geography, Texas A&M University, 1996
Office: ELA 340
Phone: 512.245.7436
Email: rd11@txstate.edu
Vita   HB2504 information
Research Interests: Climatology, Meteorology, Oceanography, Environmental Geography, Quantitative Methods, Hazards

Publications:

Dixon, Richard W. and Todd W. Moore. “The Relationship Between the Madden-Julian Oscillation and Tropical Cyclone Tornado Clusters.” Papers in Applied Geography. Vol. 1 (1) 2015, p. 86-89.

Dixon, Richard W., S. Peters, and C. Townsend. “Burrowing Preferences of Atlantic Ghost Crab, Ocypode quadrata, in Relation to Sand Compaction in Padre Island National Seashore, Texas.” Physical Geography. Vol. 36(3) 2015, p.188-201.

Moore, Todd W. and Richard W. Dixon. “A Spatio-temporal Analysis and Description of Hurricane Ivan’s (2004) Tornado Clusters.” Papers in Applied Geography. Vol. 1 (2)2015, 192-196.

Moore, Todd W. and Richard W. Dixon. “Patterns in 500hPa Geopotential Height Associated with Temporal Clusters of Tropical Cyclone Tornadoes.” Meteorological Applications. ONLINE January 2014. DOI:10.1002/met1456.


Courses Taught:

Graduate course in Physical Geography of the World’s Oceans Graduate course in Hydroclimatology

Graduate course in Air Quality Management Graduate course in Ecological Climatology Graduate course in Extreme Weather and Climate Graduate course in Climate Change

Graduate course in Advanced Research Design and Techniques Graduate course in Geography of Natural Hazards

Graduate course in Nature and Philosophy of Geography Graduate course in Advanced Quantitative Methods Graduate course in Multivariate Quantitative Methods Graduate course in Research Design and Techniques Graduate course in Field Methods

Graduate course in Environmental Management

Graduate course in Environmental Geography of the Coastal Zone Fourth-year course in Air Quality Management

Fourth-year course in Regional Field Studies (Team Taught) Geography of Terrorism Fourth-year course in Field Methods

Fourth-year course in Planning Methods

Fourth-year course in Environmental Management Fourth-year course in Natural Hazards and Land Use

Third-year course in Meteorology and Applied Climatology Third-year course in Oceanography

Third-year course in Quantitative Methods

Third-year course in Energy Resource Management Third-year course in United States & Canada

First-year course in World Regional Geography

First-year course in Introduction to Meteorology with Lab