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NICHOLAS SCHOOL FACULTY

The Nicholas School is known for the quality of its faculty as measured by their scholarly achievement, commitment to quality education and impacts on our most important environmental and natural resources challenges. As of the 2010/2011 academic year, the Nicholas School includes a total of 89 core faculty and 55 affiliated faculty.

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air quality
atmospheric science
biodiversity
biogeochemistry
building science and green design
business and the environment
coastal zone management
conservation biology
decision analysis
desertification
earth surface processes
ecology
endangered/threatened species
energy
energy modeling
environmental chemistry
environmental economics
environmental genomics
environmental health
environmental law
environmental policy
environmental sociology & anthropology
environmental systems analysis
environmental toxicology
environmental values
estuarine ecosystems
fisheries and fish ecology
fisheries policy and management
forest fires and fire ecology
forest management and silviculture
geochemistry
geographic data analysis
geology

geomorphology
geophysics/seismology
geospatial technologies
global change ecology
global climate change
hydrofracking
hydrology
justice
land use and sprawl
landscape dynamics
marine biomedicine
marine science
neoenvironment
oceanography
paleoclimatology
petrology
population growth
regional energy planning
research methodologies & management
risk analysis
sediment transport/strata formation
shorelines and coastal geology
soil science
solid earth processes
statistics
structural geology/tectonics
sustainable energy system design
technological change
technological environment
terrestrial ecosystems
tropical ecology
water quality
wetland ecology

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