Department of Biology

Glen Martin Green, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

gmgreen@usc.edu.ph


Degrees

B.S. Geology, New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, 1981
B.S. Petroleum Engineering, New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, 1981
Ph.D. Earth and Planetary Sciences, Washington University, 1988

Research Interests:

Environmental science, waste management



Recent Publications:

1. Tucker, C. M.; Randolph, J. C.; Evans, T.; Andersson, K. P.; Persha, L.; Green, G. M. 2008, An approach to assess relative degradation in dissimilar forests: Toward a comparative assessment of institutional outcomes. Ecology and Society 13(1): 4-23.

2. Sussman, R. W.; Sweeney, S.; Green, G. M.; Porton, I.; Andrianasolondraibe, O. L.; Ratsirarson, J. ?2006. A preliminary estimate of Lemur catta population density using satellite imagery. In Ringtailed Lemur Biology: Lemur catta in: Madagascar, Jolly, A.; Sussman, R. W.; Koyama, N.; Rasamimanana, H., eds. Developments in Primatology: Progress and Prospects series. Tuttle, R. H. ed. New York: Springer Science, 16-31.

3. Vogt, N.; Bahati, J.; Unruh, J. Green, G. M.; Banana, A.; Gombya-Ssembajjwe, W.; Sweeney, S. ?2006. Integrating remote sensing data and rapid appraisals for land-cover change analyses in Uganda. Land Degradation and Development 17(1): 31-43.

4. Green, G. M.; Schweik, C. M.; Randolph, J. C. 2005. Linking disciplines across space and time: Useful concepts and approaches for land-cover change studies. In: Seeing the Forest and the Trees: Human-Environment Interactions in Forest Ecosystems. Moran, E. F. Ostrom, E., eds. Cambridge. Mass.: MIT Press, 61-80.

5. Green, G. M.; Schweik, C. M.; Randolph, J. C. 2005. Linking disciplines across space and time: Useful concepts and approaches for land-cover change studies. In: Seeing the Forest and the Trees: Human-Environment Interactions in Forest Ecosystems. Moran, E. F. Ostrom, E., eds. Cambridge. Mass.: MIT Press, 131-160.




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