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Special issue entitled: "Natural Disasters and Coastal Management" has been edited by
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Biography :

Dr. Tim G. Frazier has been a leading researcher in coastal vulnerability, community resilience enhancement, and sea level rise work focusing much of his research on techniques to determine vulnerability to Hurricanes and Tsunamis and ways to enhance community resilience to such coastal hazards. Currently, he is pursuing research that seeks to enhance society’s ability to plan for and respond to contemporary natural hazards and impacts associated with future climate change. At times he has focused on physical aspects such as GIS based climate change and hazards modeling often coupled with stakeholder interaction to examine issues, opportunities, and constraints relating to vulnerability reduction and resilience enhancement. Other times he has sought to identify the type of subdivision design, e.g., grid or curvilinear, that most effectively enhances community evacuation potential. To date, the work Dr. Frazier has undertaken and research that he plans for the future focuses on natural hazards, climate change, and urban sustainability.

Biography
Tim G. Frazier
Assistant Professor
Department of Geography
University of Idaho
McClure Hall 405B
Moscow, Idaho 83844-3021, USA
Tel. 208-885-6238
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Special issue entitled: "Geographical & Environmental Modelling" has been edited by
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Biography :

Dr. Raymond J. Dezzani is currently employed as an Associate Professor in Department of Geography at University of Idaho, USA.

Biography
Raymond J. Dezzani
Associate Professor
Department of Geography
University of Idaho
Moscow, Idaho 83844-3021, USA
Tel. 208-885-7360
Fax. 208-885-2885
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Special issue entitled: "Volcanoes: Eruptions & Disasters" has been edited by
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Dr. Setsuya Nakada is currently employed as professor at Earthquake Research Institute, the University of Tokyo. He was the science leader of the Unzen Scientific Drilling Project of International Continental Scientific Drilling Program (ICDP) during 1999-2004. He was also the past president of International Association of Volcanology and chemistry of the Earth’s Interior (IAVCEI) (2007-2011).

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Setsuya Nakada
Professor of Volcanology
Volcano Research Center
The University of Tokyo
Tokyo 113-0032, Japan
Tel. +81-3-5841-5695
Fax +81-3-3812-6979
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Special issue entitled: "Environment: Globalization and Urbanization" has been edited by
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Dr. Raymond J. Dezzani is currently employed as an Associate Professor in Department of Geography at University of Idaho, USA

Biography
Raymond J. Dezzani
Associate Professor
Department of Geography
University of Idaho
Moscow, Idaho 83844-3021, USA
Tel. 208-885-7360
Fax. 208-885-2885
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Special issue entitled: "Water Resources Research, Development & Management" has been edited by
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Biography :

Dr. Srilert Chotpantarat is Lecturer of Hydrology and Hydrogeology and Graduate Program Committee of Earth Science at Geology Department, Faculty of Science and Researcher of Center of Excellence for Environmental and Hazardous Waste Management, Chulalongkorn University. Dr. Srilert has published widely in hydrology and hydrogeology areas including contaminant transport in vadose and saturated zones (i. e. , pesticide, nitrate and heavy metals), groundwater flow and solute transport modeling accounting for the geochemical reaction. Dr. Srilert has served mining companies and government agency as an expert in mining environment and give comments and suggestion to prevent mining sites from acid mine drainage problem and their consequences for groundwater contamination. Moreover, Dr. Srilert has served as a reviewer for many journals such as Journal of Soils and Sediments, Journal of Geology and mining research, and Sustainable Environmental Research (Formerly, Journal of Environmental Engineering and Management, JEEAM).

Biography
Srilert Chotpantarat
Department of Geology
Chulalongkorn University
Thailand
Tel. +66-2-218-5462
Fax. +66-2-218-5464
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Special issue entitled: "Biodiversity among Ecosystems" has been edited by
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Biography :

Dr. Ayse Everest is a Professor in Department of Biology, Mersin University, Turkey.

Biography
Ayse Everest
Professor
Department of Biology
Mersin University
Turkey
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Special issue entitled: "Demography" has been edited by
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Biography :

Dr. Aslan Zorlu is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Human Geography, Planning and International Development Studies, University of Amsterdam. He is also a research fellow at the Amsterdam Institute for Advanced Labour Studies (AIAS), the Institute for the Study of Labour (IZA), Bonn-Germany and the Applied Microeconomics Research Unit (NIMA), Braga-Portugal. His research has a strong interdisciplinary orientation and focuses on the socioeconomic position of immigrants in the spheres of education, housing and labour markets. He has extensive experience in applied quantitative methods.

Biography
Aslan Zorlu
Department of Geography
Planning and International Development
University of Amsterdam
The Netherlands
Tel. +31-0-20-525-4271
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Special issue entitled: "Petroleum & Biofuels" has been edited by
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Biography :

Dr. Caldas identify himself as an environmental geographer who studies the interaction of social, economic, and environmental processes. His conceptual framework is derived from an economic and social perspective that considers the behavioral attitudes of agents, and implications for the environment. His teaching has been a bit more diverse, given his earlier training and the departmental requirements where He has taught.

 

As an environmental geographer who addresses human-environment interactions, he pay special attention to the behavioral attitudes of agents and implications of the environment. The research strategy he employ combines both qualitative and quantitative methodologies, utilizing data and insight gained from field investigation involving household surveys and key informant interviews.

Biography
Marcellus Marques Caldas
118 Seaton Hall
Department of Geography
Kansas State University
Manhattan, KS, 66506, USA
Tel. 785-532-1244
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Special issue entitled: "Economic Development and Cultural Change" has been edited by
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Biography :

Dr. Aslan Zorlu is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Human Geography, Planning and International Development Studies, University of Amsterdam. He is also a research fellow at the Amsterdam Institute for Advanced Labour Studies (AIAS), the Institute for the Study of Labour (IZA), Bonn-Germany and the Applied Microeconomics Research Unit (NIMA), Braga-Portugal. His research has a strong interdisciplinary orientation and focuses on the socioeconomic position of immigrants in the spheres of education, housing and labour markets. He has extensive experience in applied quantitative methods.

Biography
Aslan Zorlu
Department of Geography
Planning and International Development
University of Amsterdam
The Netherlands
Tel. +31-0-20-525-4271
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Special issue entitled: "Environment and Health" has been edited by
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Dr. Kevin A. Henry is currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Geography at the University of Utah. His research focuses on the development and application of geospatial methods and tools for investigating associations between neighborhood environments and health outcomes (e.g., cancer, pre-term birth, obesity, infectious disease). Most recently, he completed several projects that utilized cancer data to describe racial/ethnic, socioeconomic, and geographic disparities in cancer incidence, treatment, and survival. This work employed various multi-level models and clustering techniques and involved the development of a new method to impute missing geocodes (geographical-imputation) to avoid geographic selection bias. He is presently collaborating on research funded by Susan G. Komen, which examines how geographic barriers to care impact breast cancer stage and treatment options. Prior to his current position, Dr. Henry was an Assistant Professor in the Department of Radiation Oncology at the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, and Associate Director of the New Jersey Cancer Registry.

Biography
Kevin A. Henry
Assistant Professor
Department of Geography
University of Utah
Salt Lake City, UT 84112, USA
Tel. 801-581-8730
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