I am a population and human-environment geographer interested in the interactions between rural livelihoods, household well-being and environmental change in the developing world. As described on these pages, my research has investigated environmental influences on human migration around the world, indigenous livelihoods in the Ecuadorian Amazon, and human dimensions of soil degradation in rural Uganda. My methodological expertise is in the use of survey, statistical and demographic methods, approaches which have not been widely applied to these topics within geography. For more information see this bio piece about me by the Carolina Population Center.
308 Carolina Hall
Department of Geography
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Campus Box 3220
Chapel Hill, NC 27599