Name Area of Emphasis
Peter Alagona
Associate Professor
Histories of land use, natural resource management, environmental politics, and ecological science in the North American West and beyond.
• Faculty in Environmental Studies & History Depts.
• Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles
Oliver A. Chadwick
Professor
Soil sciences, soil genesis and classification, and advanced pedology and soil/geomorphology.
• Faculty in Environmental Studies and Geography Depts.
• Ph.D., University of Arizona
Jordan F. Clark
Professor
Geochemistry, hydrologic sciences, and environmental geology.
• Faculty in Environmental Studies and Earth Sciences Depts.
• Ph.D., Columbia University
David A. Cleveland
Professor
Sustainable, small-scale agrifood systems: plant breeding, local and scientific knowledge, climate change, nutrition, food sovereignty.
• Faculty in Environmental Studies; Affiliated with Anthropology, EEMB and Geography Depts.
• Ph.D., University of Arizona
Carla D'Antonio
Chair
Schuyler Professor
Plant and ecosystem ecology, invasive species, species affects on ecosystem processes, restoration ecology.
• Faculty in Environmental Studies and EEMB Depts.
• Ph.D., University of California, Santa Barbara
Edward A. Keller
Professor
Environmental and engineering geology, geomorphology.
• Faculty in Environmental Studies and Earth Sciences Depts.
• Ph.D., Purdue University
Melvyn S. Manalis
Sr. LSOE
Wind and solar energy conversion and assessment; global warming; nuclear energy, planning and economic evaluation of renewable energy.
• Faculty in Environmental Studies
• Ph.D., University of California, Santa Barbara
Simone Pulver
Associate Professor
Global environmental politics, organizational theory, and the sociology of development.
• Faculty in Environmental Studies
• Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley
Joshua P. Schimel
Professor
Terrestrial ecosystem ecology.
• Faculty in Environmental Studies and EEMB Depts.
• Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley
Susan C. Stonich
Professor
Ecological anthropology and third world environmental problems.
• Faculty in Environmental Studies and Anthropology Depts.
• Ph.D., University of Kentucky
Robert C. Wilkinson
Professor
Environmental policy, water and watershed policy, energy, climate change, urban environment.
• Faculty in Environmental Studies and Bren School
• Ph.D., University of California, Santa Barbara