Todd Lookingbill

Associate Professor of Geography and the Environment, University of Richmond

My primary outreach activities involve working with management agencies such as the National Park Service to help them be responsible stewards of the land. I also have been monitoring an area of old-growth National Forest in the Oregon Cascades for more than 20 years to trace the impact of climate change on this ecosystem. My teaching focuses on introductory and advanced applications of physical geography. This website provides examples of the research, teaching, publications and research student projects that are done in my lab.

Expertise: landscape ecology, biogeography, spatial analysis, forest community ecology

Research interests: land use change, climate change, invasive species and forest management, monitoring design, urban and battlefield national parks

Experience

  • –present
    Associate Professor of Biology and Associate Professor of Geography and the Environment, University of Richmond