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Richard Earl

richard earl

Professor
Ph.D., Geography, Arizona State University, 1983
Office: ELA 365
Phone: 512.245.3204
Email: re02@txstate.edu
Vita     HB2504 information
Research Interests: Physical Geography, Water Resources, Environmental Change and Management, Field Methods

Publications:

2015, Earl, R.A. and Vaughan, J. W. “Asymmetrical Response to Flood Hazards in South-Central Texas. Papers in Applied Geography. In press.

2009. Earl, R.A. E.J. Montalvo, A.R. Ross, and E. Hefty. “Environmental Science Education Programs: Opportunities for Geographers.” Journal of Geography 108: 259-268.

2008. Blanchard-Boehm, R.D., R.A. Earl, J.H. Wachter, and E.J. Hanford. "Communicating future water needs to an at-risk population: Lessons learned following defeat of the Applewhite Dam and Reservoir Project, San Antonio, Texas." Population and Environment 29:292-312.

2007. Earl, Richard A. “The October 1998 Flood: Upper Guadalupe River System, Central Texas.” Great Plains Research 17: 3-16.

2005. Earl, Richard A. and Richard Dixon, “Reassessment of Storm and Flood Probabilities in South-Central Texas.” Physical Geography 26: 365-378.


Courses Taught:

World Geography
Physical Geography United States and Canada Europe
American Southwest Oceanography Geomorphology
Fluvial Processes (Geomorphology)
Water Resources (Undergraduate and Graduate)
Environmental Management (Undergraduate and Graduate)
Environmental Hazards and Land Management
Field Methods (Undergraduate and Graduate)
Regional Field Studies (Undergraduate and Graduate)
Applied Physical Geography (Graduate)
Seminar on Geographic Aspects of Water (Ph.D)
Teaching Environmental Sciences (Graduate)