A sampling of publications by Geography Department faculty
Near Eastern pollen diagrams and "deforestation." Middle States Geographer 40:150-157, 2007.
Race, Ethnicity and Place in a Changing America, (editor, with E. L. Tettey-Fio), Binghamton, NY: Global Academic Publishing, 2006.(Author or co-author of five chapters and senior editor.)
Professor and Associate Dean
Margai, F. M. Environmental Health Hazards and Social Justice: Geographical Perspectives on Race and Class Disparities (Earthscan Ltd ) December 2010. www.earthscan.co.uk/Portals/0/Catalogues/9781849713429.pdf
Margai, F.M., and F.B. Barry. 2011. "Global Geographies of Environmental injustice and health: The Case of illegal hazardous waste dumping in Cote d'Ivoire". In J.Mantaay and S.L. McClafferty(eds). Geospatial Analysis of Environmental Health. Springer, The Netherlands.
Margai, F.M (with T.Oyana). 2010. "Spatial Patterns and Health Disparities in Pediatric Lead Exposure in Chicago: Characteristics and Profiles of High-Risk Neighborhoods", The Professional Geographer, 62: 1,46-65.
Margai, F.M. "Place Vulnerability to Climate Change and Environmental Hazards: Geographic Tools and Perspectives for Assessing Emergent Health Risks". Binghamton University Research Magazine. 2010.
Associate Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies
Conklin, Nicole and M.E. Reisinger, 2006. "Assessing social and physical vulnerability to a terrorist attack: a case study in Norfolk, Virginia. The Pennsylvania Geographer, 44(2): 147-175.
Meyer, Gregory S. and M.E. Reisinger, 2006. "Bio-tech innovation clustering in Indianapolis."In Papers of the Applied Geography Conference, B.E. Montz and G.A. Tobin (eds.) 28: (forthcoming).
Frazier, John W. and Mark E. Reisinger. 2006. "The new South in perspective: observations and commentary."In H. A. Smith and O. J. Furuseth (eds.) The New South: Latinos and the Transformation of Space,Burlington, VT: Ashgate Publishing, pp. 257-283.(forthcoming).
Assistant Professor and Director of Graduate Studies
"Race and Place: Equity Issues in Urban America". (with J. W. Frazier and F.M. Margai), Westview Press, 2003.
Computer Cartographer/GIS Analyst
The Use of a 3-D Mapping Technique to Portray Racial and Ethnic Change," in Multicultural Geographies in the United States, John Frazier and Florence Margai, editors (Forthcoming).