Landscapes and Landforms of the Lesser Antilles (World Geomorphological Landscapes) (Hardcover)

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Landscapes and Landforms of the Lesser Antilles (World Geomorphological Landscapes) (Hardcover)

By Casey D. Allen (Editor)

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A champion of fieldwork, award-winning teacher, mentor, Early Career Scholar, and Fulbright Scholar, Dr. Casey D. Allen maintains wide-ranging interests. Though well-regarded in the fields of geomorphology (the "Science of Scenery"), rock/cultural stone decay, humanistic geography, and geographic education, his passion rests in helping students explore and discover landscapes as Traditional and Romantic Geographers. Case's first job out of college took him to Chile, Mexico, and Peru where he worked as a survey engineer for a mining exploration company. After deciding to turn his focus to teaching, he earned a degree in Secondary (Science) Education (Southern Utah University, Cedar City, Utah) before then becoming a professional Academic Advisor and adjunct faculty member at his alma mater, Weber State University in Ogden, Utah (BS Geography). Moving on, he took a faculty position at St. George's University (Grenada, West Indies) as the Coordinator of their combined degree (B.Sc/MD) program, and became enamored with the Caribbean. Several years later, he completed his PhD (Geography) at Arizona State University. Aside from the Caribbean, interests and expertise also include arid regions, sustainability, rock art & geoarchaeology, biological soil crusts, and regional studies. Dr. Allen also administers two international field study programs: Sustainability in the Caribbean and his popular Geography by Rail(R). See his latest research at http: //caseallen.com, and follow him on Twitter: @caseallen.
Product Details ISBN: 9783319557854
ISBN-10: 3319557858
Publisher: Springer
Publication Date: August 4th, 2017
Pages: 321
Language: English
Series: World Geomorphological Landscapes