Donald W. Viney
Phone: 620-235-4325 Fax: 620-235-4338
Ph.D. University of Western Ontario University, 1993 Geography: Perception, Decision Making and Spatial BehaviourM.A. University of Alberta, 1988 Anthropology: Emphasis in Archaeology and Human-Environment InteractionB.A. University of Toronto, 1982 Anthropology: Emphasis in Archaeology
World Regional Geography Environmental Geography (Fall Class) Global Environmental Changes (Spring Class)Geography of Hazards and Disasters (Spring Class)Senior Seminar in Geography (Fall Class)Internship in GIS and Environmental Geography
My research focuses on human-environment interaction. I am particularly interested in marginal environments and how people perceive and adapt to variable conditions. Recent research includes southeast Kansas and mining landscapes, and west-central Alberta and agriculture. Past research has included perception of change in small towns and geographic education.
American Association of Geographers: www.aag.orgAmerican Geographical Society www.amergeog.org American Planning Association www.planning.org ESRI and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) www.esri.com/what-is-gis/index.html Geographic Information Systems (GIS) www.gis.com Geography Jobs www.geographyjobs.com NASA (Global Climate Change) climate.nasa.gov National Hazards Center www.colorado.edu/hazards Royal Geographic Society www.rgs.org/GeographyToday/What+is+geography.htm U.S. Geological Survey (Hazards and Disasters) www.usgs.gov