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GEOSPECTIVES

Graduate students, undergraduate students and faculty members are involved in coordinating and running the bi-weekly department lecture series. Geospectives offers seminars in physical geography, human geography, urban planning and environmental issues.

You can find below the schedule for 2007-2008.

Presentations in .pdf format (not available yet)

WINTER 2008

March 12. 12h30 - 1h30 PM, room 426 Burnside Hall

Dr. Sharlene Mollett (Host: Benjamin Forest), Assistant professor, Dept of Geography, Dartmouth

"Concealed displacement: Race and property rights on the Honduran North coast"

March 18. 3 PM, Redpath Amphitheatre

David Butler-Jones (Host: Lea Berrang-Ford), Chief public health officer, Public health agency of Canada

"Something's gonna getcha? Emerging infectious diseases, the environment & Canada's roll in global public health"

March 26. 12h30 - 1h30 PM, room 426 Burnside Hall

Dr. Sami Ullah (Host: Raja Sengupta), Post-doctoral Fellow, Dept of Geography, McGill University

"Atmospheric exchanges of greenhouse gases with forest soils in eastern Canada"

April 02. 12h30 - 1h30 PM, room 426 Burnside Hall

Dr. Joel Hartter (Host: Raja Sengupta), Assistant professor, Dept of Geography, University of New Hamphshire

"Many people and a park: Impacts of landscape change in and around Kibale Nationale park, Uganda"

FALL TERM 2007

October 10. 12h30 - 1h30 PM, room 426 Burnside Hall

Maria Tengo, Host: Garry Peterson, Post-doctoral Fellow, Dept of Geography, McGill University

"Taboos and forest governance in Southern Madagacar - understanding social-ecological dynamics"

October 19. 12h30 - 1h30 PM, room 426 Burnside Hall

Erle Ellis , Host: Navin Ramankutty, Associate Professor and Chair, Dept of Geography and Environmental Systems, Univ of Maryland-Baltimore County

"Measuring the global impacts of local changes across rural China"

October 24. 12h30 - 1h30 PM, room 426 Burnside Hall

Dan Brown , Host: Raja Sengupta, Professor and Associate Dean - Research, School of Natural Resources and Environment, Univ of Michigan

"Exurbia from the Bottom-Up: Agent-based Modeling and its Empirical Demands in Southeastern Michigan"

October 31. 12h30 - 1h30 PM, room 426 Burnside Hall

Pascal Michel , Host: Lea Berrang-Ford, Epidemiologist and division coordinator Laboratory for Foodborne Zoonoses - St-Hyacinthe Unit Public Health Agency of Canada (Cross-appointed with Univ. de Montreal)

"Applied Spatial Analysis for the Epidemiology of Zoonotic Diseases"

November 07. 12h30 - 1h30 PM, room 426 Burnside Hall

Garry, Nancy, Sebastian

"Inequality, Health and Biodiverty: our colleagues debate a relevant and topical issue in a panel session!"

November 21 . 12h30 - 1h30 PM, room 426 Burnside Hall

Robert McLeman , Host: James Ford, Assistant Professor, Dept of Geography, Univ of Ottawa

"Impacts of climate change on human migration and settlement patterns"

 

 

 

 

 

FALL TERM 2005

September 16th. 12h30, room 426 Burnside Hall

Subhasis Dutta, Assistant professor at the Department of Civil Engeneering, Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati, India.

"Rainfall Runoff Modeling in Rive Agriculture dominated Watersheds"

September 30th. 12h30, room 426 Burnside Hall

Special pannel on Hurricane Katrina.
Moderator: Garry Peterson, Gail Chmura, Nancy Ross & Renee Sieber.

October 14th . 12h30, room 426 Burnside Hall

Emily Gilbert, University of Toronto

October 28th . 12h30, room 426 Burnside Hall

TBA

November 11th. 12h30, room 426 Burnside Hall

Kevin Schwartzman, School of Medecine, McGill University

 

November 25th . 12h30, room 426 Burnside Hall

TBA

 


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News

Info page

Positions page

Geography Circumference blog

McGill Geography department

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Last Updated:
October 11, 2010

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