Professor, Department of Geography
Office: SB 102
Ph.D., 1998, North Carolina
- Human-Environment Interactions
- Agricultural Decision-making
- Water Governance
- GIS/Spatial Modeling
External Research Funding
- Nutrient Cycle Impacts on Forest Ecosystems Carbon Cycling: Improved Prediction of Climate Feedbacks from Coupled C-Nutrient Dynamics from Ecosystems to Regional Scales (2012-2015)
- Agriculture, Drought and Climate Change in Kenya and the United States (2011-2014)
- Spatial Resilience of Agriculturalists to Coupled Ecological and Hydrological Variability in Rural Zambia (NSF) (2011-2014)
- G237, Cartography and Geographic Information
- G338/G538, Geographic Information Systems
- G411/G511 Sustainable Development Systems
- G438/G539, Advanced Geographic Information Systems
- G439/G639, Topical Seminar in Spatial Analysis and Geographic Information Science
- G501: Research Problems in Geography II
- Schmitt-Harsh M, Evans TP, Castellanos E, and Randolph JC. 2012. Carbon stocks in coffee agroforests and mixed dry tropical forests in the western highlands of Guatemala. Agroforestry Systems (Online First). http://www.springerlink.com/content/6573201101346488/fulltext.pdf.
- Sweeney SP and Evans TP. 2012. An edge-oriented approach to thematic map error assessment. Geocarto International 27(1):31–56. DOI:10.1080/10106049.2011.622052.
- Evans TP, Phanvilay K., Fox J, and Vogler J. 2011. An agent-based model of agricultural innovation, land-cover change and household inequality: the transition from swidden cultivation to rubber plantations in Laos PDR. Journal of Land Use Science 6(2-3):151–173.
- Kelley H and Evans T. 2011. The relative influences of land-owner and landscape heterogeneity in an agent-based model of land-use. Ecological Economics 70(6):1075–1087.
- Andersson K, Evans TP, and Richards KR. 2009. National forest carbon inventories: Policy needs and assessment capacity. Climatic Change 93:69–101.
Student Theses and Dissertations
- Mikaela Schmitt-Harsh, PhD in progress
- Monica Paulson-Priebe, PhD in progress
- Chuck Winkle, M.A., completed 2010
- Shanon Donnelly, PhD, completed 2009
- Wenjie Sun, PhD, completed 2006