Profiles in "Earth Systems and Climate Science" Expertise Area

  • Selover's research focuses on urban heat island, microclimate, and evaporation. She currently serves as the official climatologist for the state of Arizona.
  • PhD student in the School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning. Member of the Urban Climate Research Center. Researching extreme heat and human health, particularly in indoor environments.
  • Georgescu's interests are on human-environment interactions, with research aimed to improve understanding of phenomena related to urbanization-induced landscape change. He is a member of the Urban Climate Research Center.
  • Facilitate the widespread production and consumption of geoscience Virtual Field Trips for place-based education as a tool to help students navigate the promises and perils of the Anthropocene.
  • Watkins’ research focuses on the relationship between social vulnerability, individual experiences with extreme heat, and heat interventions. He also supports Arizona's Building Resilience Against Climate Effects efforts.
  • Dr. Thompson is a geochemist with a special interest in marine geochemistry. She is also a professor of geology and environmental science and serves as the Faculty Instructor for the TRIO STEM Program.
  • Urban heat mitigation, micro-climate effects of stormwater re-use and water sensitive urban design, land-atmosphere interactions, biophysical and biogeochemical effects of biofuels
  • Schlosser, a renowned Earth scientist, leads the Julie Ann Wrigley Global Futures Laboratory at ASU.