The School of Earth, Environment and Society (SEES) was formed in 2007 to integrate Geology, Geography, and Environmental Studies and strengthen multidisciplinary research and teaching for understanding the earth’s processes and our interactions with the environment. The interdisciplinary approach combines in-depth understandings of physical, chemical and biological processes intertwined with societal, earth, and environmental issues.
Please note that the content of this page does not necessarily constitute a comprehensive list of all faculty publications produced by this department.
Submissions from 2013
Sensitivity Analysis for Optimal Parameters for Marine Radar Data Processing, Amin Jarrah, Mohsin Jamali, Jeremy Ross, Peter Gorsevski, Joesph P. Frizado, and Verner Peter Bingman
Dynamic Diatom Response to Changing Climate 0-1.2 Ma at Lake El'Gygytgyn, Far East Russian Arctic, Jeffrey Allan Snyder, M. V. Cheraponova, and A. Bryan
Submissions from 2012
Subsurface Facies Analysis of the Late Cambrian Mt. Simon Sandstone in Western Ohio (Midcontinent North America), Aram Saeed and James E. Evans
Submissions from 2011
AMIP GCM Simulations of Precipitation Variability over the Yangtze River Valley, Chenghai Wang, Xin-Zhong Liang, and Arthur N. Samel
Submissions from 2010
Oxygen and Hydrogen Diffusion In Minerals, John Richard Farver
Submissions from 2003
Understanding Relationships Between the 1998 Yangtze River Flood and Northeast Eurasian Blocking, Arthur N. Samel and Xin-Zhong Liang
Submissions from 1996
Depositional History of the Eocene Chumstick formation: Implications of Tectonic Partitioning for the History of the Leavenworth and Entiat-Eagle Creek Fault Systems, Washington - Reply, James E. Evans