Dr. Anita Walz
Department of Geography
B.S. (Biology), Universitaet Konstanz, Germany
M.S. (Biology/Limnology), Universitaet Konstanz, Germany
M.S. (Bioresource Engineering), Oregon State University
Ph.D. (Marine, Estuarine, and Environmental Sciences), University of Maryland.
Dr. Walz's research interests include landscape ecology, environmental
geography, and issues of urban climate, and is
heavily dependent on Geographic Information System
(GIS) and remote sensing tools. The title of her
dissertation is "Associations Between Maryland's
Amphibians and Habitat Parameters at Local and
Dr. Walz teaches Physical Geography, Environmental Geography,
Intermediate GIS-Raster Analysis, and Climatology.
Service and Outreach
Dr. Walz is part of the Urban
Forestry Advisory Committee and the Marshall University GIS Users
Group. She is also a member of the American Meteorological
Society, American Association of
Geographers, Southeastern Division of American
Association of Geographers, International Association for
Landscape Ecology, and the Ecological Society of America.
telephone: (304) 696-2504
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