About Tom Evans
Tom Evans joined SGD faculty in January 2018. His current work focuses primarily on agricultural decision-making, food security and environmental governance but past projects related to deforestation/reforestation, urban ecosystems, community resilience. Much of his work involves the integration of household-level analysis with environmental data. Methodologically his research utilizes techniques from spatial analysis, GIS, remote sensing, econometric analysis and simulation modeling.
See his individual page to see funding opportunities for graduate research assistantships and post-doctoral researcher positions for the 2019-2020 and 2020+ academic years!
See more information here: http://www.tomgeog.org
CNH2-L: Linkages and Interactions Between Urban Food Security and Rural Agricultural Systems (National Science Foundation, DEB-1924309)
Understanding Cross-Scale Interactions of Trade and Food Policy to Improve Resilience to Drought Risk (National Science Foundation, BCS-1534544)
Impacts of Agricultural Decision Making and Adaptive Management on Food Security (National Science Foundation, SES-1360463)
Coupled Natural-Human Systems, Envirionmental Governance, Social-Ecological Systems, Agriculture, Food Security, Water Security, Rural-Urban Telecouplings
PhD, Geography, University of North Carolina, 1998
BA, Geography, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (VIrginia Tech), 1989
G330 Introduction to Remote Sensing