Month: July 2013

From the Field: Paul Holloway in Botswana

Paul is a Phd student whose research applies movement pattern analysis to improve species distribution models (SDMs). He sent us this update from Botswana earlier this week. Much like Costa Rica, the roosters of Botswana also like to rise extremely

[in print] Recent Publications from Molly Polk and Robert Bean

Doctoral students Molly Polk and Robert bean have new publications available. Follow the links below for the full text of each article. Bury, J., Mark, B. G., Carey, M., Young, K. R., McKenzie, J. M., Baraer, M., … Polk, M.

From the Field: Greg Schwartz

Greg is a Phd student researching neoliberalism, sustainable development, and women’s land-use decisions in Costa Rica. He sent us this update from the field earlier this week. I’ve now been in and around the Osa Peninsula in Costa Rica for

New Website!

Welcome to the new website of the University of Texas at Austin Graduate Association of Geography Students (UT GAGS)! We’re very excited about our new page. You might also call it a ‘blog,’ which is internet-speak for ‘weblog,’ which is

Which States Drink the Most Beer?

As Austinist noted, despite how you may be feeling after the July 4th weekend, Texas does not rank first in beer consumption in the US. That title goes to North Dakota, which drank the equivalent of 488 beers per person