Here is the latest installment in dissertations that have caught my eye.
- Pyrogeography: Spatial and temporal relationships of fire, nature, and culture
by Hankins, Don Lee, Ph.D., University of California, Davis,
2005, 112 pages.
- Symbol sets for mapping uncertainty: A case study in wildland fire response
by Kern, Robert James (R. J.), M.A., University of Colorado at Boulder, 2005, 156 pages.
- Begging for dollars in Gringopampa: Geographies of gender, race, ethnicity and childhood in the Ecuadorian Andes
by Swanson, Katherine Elizabeth, Ph.D., University of Toronto (Canada), 2005, 298 pages
- Life with fibromyalgia syndrome: A socio-spatial examination of chronically ill women's experiences of everyday life, doctor-patient interactions, and health care services
by Crooks, Valorie A., Ph.D., McMaster University (Canada), 2005, 298 pages.
- Using GIS methods to assess the occurrence of neural tube defect births by residential proximity at conception to hazardous waste sites
by Cech, Irina, DrPH, The Univ. of Texas H.S.C. at Houston Sch. of Public Health, 2005, 195 pages.
- Assessment of land degradation attributes using near infrared spectroscopy, spatial modeling and satellite data in a tropical landscape
by DeGloria, Stephen, PhD, Cornell University, 2006, 152 pages.
- The ecological legacy of Indian burning practices in southwestern Oregon
by Perry, David A., PhD, Oregon State University, 2006, 181 pages.