Agroecology and Rural Livelihoods Group
Bill Morris, Ph.D. Candidate, Dept. of Plant & Soil Science
- M.A. in Geography, Boston University (2007)
- B.A. in Geography and Music, Middlebury College (2002)
Areas of research
Remote sensing and spatial patterns in land use.
Contact InformationEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Bill Morris works with the ARLG as a research technician and PhD candidate. He supports a broad array of geospatial applications for group projects, including field GPS management, spatial analysis and production cartography. His research focuses on both measured and perceived value in components of Vermont's Champlain Valley landscape, as well as analysis of spatial patterns in human land use practices and ecological health.
- Janica Anderzen (PhD)
- Dana Christel (MS)
- Angel Cruz (PhD, North Carolina State University)
- Andrew Gerlicz (MS)
- Bennett Lafond (MS)
- Rachel Schattman (PhD)
- Alisha Utter (PhD)
- Maria Rosa Yumbla (PhD)