The Department of Geography at the University of Montana capitalizes on the distinctive flavor of the Rocky Mountain West and offers students the opportunity to study mountain landscapes, community and environmental planning, and spatial technologies. The research and creative scholarship by the faculty of the Department of Geography includes studies into physical and human systems in mountainous regions; paleo-environments; environmental change; glaciers; periglacial, geomorphology, and environmental rehabilitation, geo-visualization; and achieving ethical, inclusive, healthy, and sustainable human-environment interactions.

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Submissions from 2007

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Vulnerability and the Erosion of Seismic Culture in Mountainous Central Asia, Sarah J. Halvorson and Jennifer Parker Hamilton

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The 2005 Kashmir Earthquake: A Perspective on Women's Experiences, Jennifer Parker Hamilton and Sarah Halvorson

Submissions from 2003

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"Placing" Health Risks in the Karakoram: Local Perceptions of Disease, Dependency, and Social Change in Northern Pakistan, Sarah Halvorson

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The Urban Heat Island in Winter at Barrow, Alaska, Kenneth M. Hinkel, Frederick E. Nelson, Anna E. Klene, and Julianne H. Bell