• Bruce Anderson, Professor – global and regional climate variability and change
  • James Lawford Anderson, Professor – mineralogy, thermobarometry, igneous petrology, tectonics
  • Cutler J. Cleveland, Professor – energy transitions, energy life cycle analysis, ecological economics
  • Michael Dietze, Associate Professor – plant ecosystem and community dynamics across scales from the individual to the globe
  • Sergio Fagherazzi, Professor – coastal geomorphology, surface processes, hydrology
  • Cédric Fichot, Assistant Professor – marine optics, remote sensing, coastal and estuarine biogeochemistry, photochemistry, water quality
  • Duncan M. FitzGerald, Professor – coastal geomorphology, tidal inlets, barrier islands
  • Mark Friedl, Professor – land surface climatology, global land cover dynamics, remote sensing
  • Robinson W. Fulweiler, Associate Professor – marine biogeochemistry and ecology
  • Rachael Garrett, Assistant Professor – agricultural economics, geography, agroecology, sustainable development
  • Jeffrey GeddesAssistant Professor – atmospheric chemistry, air quality, remote sensing
  • Sucharita Gopal, Professor – GIS, spatial statistics, spatial analysis & modeling, GIS applications 
  • Lucy Hutyra, Associate Professor – carbon cycle, urbanization, terrestrial ecology
  • Anthony Janetos, Professor, Director of the Frederick S. Pardee Center for the Study of the Longer-Range Future – scientific, environmental, economic, and policy linkages among the major global environmental issues
  • Robert Kaufmann, Professor – global climate change, world oil markets, land-use changes
  • Andrew C. Kurtz, Associate Professor – trace element and isotope geochemistry, Earth surface processes, biogeochemical cycles
  • Dan Li, Assistant Professor – urban microclimate, boundary layer meteorology, environmental fluid mechanics
  • David R. Marchant, Professor and Chair – climate evolution, geomorphology, glacial and climate history of Antarctica and Mars
  • Richard W. Murray, Professor – marine biogeochemistry, paleoceanography, paleoclimatology
  • Ranga Myneni, Professor – vegetation remote sensing with satellite data and climate-vegetation interactions
  • Christoph Nolte, Assistant Professor – ecosystem conservation, policy analysis, econometrics
  • Nathan Phillips, Professor – ecosystem change in urban and natural environments
  • Christine Regalla, Assistant Professor – active tectonics, structural geology, tectonic geomorphology
  • Guido Salvucci, Professor – hydrology, hydroclimatology, remote sensing
  • Anne Short Gianotti, Assistant Professor – the governance of complex and evolving human-environmental systems
  • Ian Sue Wing, Associate Professor – endogenous technological change in climate policy models
  • Diane Thompson, Assistant Professor – paleoclimatology, marine ecology, corals
  • Curtis Woodcock, Professor – remote sensing: monitoring forest change and its implication on terrestrial carbon budgets, validation of terrestrial remote sensing products

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