Mon, Jan 23, 2017 at noon:
H. Luke Shaefer
Mapping Child Passenger Safety Needs and Resources for Michigan'??s Children - Year 2 Funding (Department of Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration)
McIntire-Stennis 2016 (USDA)
Mapping Child Passenger Safety Needs and Resources for Michigan?s Children (Department of Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration)
Explaining Protected Areas (PA) Outcomes in the Andes-Amazon Region (Moore, Gordon and Betty, Foundation)
Research Affiliate, Population Studies Center.
Research Professor, Survey Research Center, Institute for Social Research.
Interim Dean, School of Natural Resources and Environment.
Professor, School of Natural Resources & Environment.
Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Dr. Brown's research focuses on linking observable landscape patterns -- obtained through remote sensing, ecological mapping, and digital terrain analysis -- with ecological and social processes.
Brown, Daniel G., D.T. Robinson, B. Reed, and N.H. French. 2013. Land Use and the Carbon Dycle: Advances in Integrated Science, Management and Policy. Cambridge University Press.
Bierbaum, R., Daniel G. Brown, and J. McAlpine. 2008. Coping with climate change: National Summit Proceedings. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan, School of Natural Resources and Environment.
Sylvester, Kenneth M., Myron Gutmann, and Daniel G. Brown. 2016. "At the margins: agriculture, subsidies and the shifting fate of North America's native grassland." Population and Environment, 37(3): 362-390. DOI. Abstract.
Tian, Qing, Daniel G. Brown, Lin Zheng, Shuhua Qi, Ying Liu, and Luguang Jiang. 2015. "The Role of Cross-Scale Social and Environmental Contexts in Household-Level Land-Use Decisions, Poyang Lake Region, China." Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 105(6): 1240-1259. DOI. Abstract.
Tian, Qing, Daniel G. Brown, Shuming Bao, and Shuhua Qi. 2015. "Assessing and mapping human well-being for sustainable development amid flood hazards: Poyang Lake Region of China." Applied Geography, 63: 66-76. DOI. Abstract.
Chen, J., R. John, Y. Zhang, C. Shao, Daniel G. Brown, O. Batkhishig, A. Amarjargal, Z. Ouyang, G. Dong, D. Wang, and J. Qi. 2015. "Divergences of Two Coupled Human and Natural Systems on the Mongolian Plateau." BioScience, 65(6): 559-570. DOI. Abstract.
Wilson, C., and Daniel G. Brown. 2015. "Change in visible impervious surface area in southeastern Michigan before and after the "Great Recession:'' spatial differentiation in remotely sensed land-cover dynamics." Population and Environment, 36(3): 331-355. DOI. Abstract.