Barbara A. Holzman, Ph.D.
Professor of Geography and Environmental Studies
Fall 2013 office hours Monday and Wednesday 11:10-12:30 and by appt. For an appointment you can email me.
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MY BOOK IS OUT: TROPICAL FOREST BIOMES OF THE WORLD! GREENWOOD PUBLISHING CHECK IT OUT
Cleve, C. J. Perrine, B. Holzman and E. Hines. 2011. Addressing biased occurrence data in predicting potential Sierra Nevada red fox habitat for survey prioritization. Endang Species Res, Vol 14.p. 179-191. doi: 10.3354/esr00348
Harvey, B., B. Holzman and J. Davis. 2011. Spatial variability in stand structure and density-dependent mortality in newly established post-fire stands of a California closed-cone pine forest. Forest Ecology and Management 262 (2011) 2042–2051.
Vanderhoof, M., B. Holzman and C. Rogers . (2009). Predicting the distribution of perennial pepperweed (Lepidium latifolium), San Francisco Bay Area, California. Invasive plant science and management, 2(3), 260.
Fall 2013 COURSES (students can find syllabi and materials using Ilearn)
GEOG/ENVS 600: Environmental Problems and Solutions
GEOG 316: Biogeography
GEOG 751: Environmental Management
Volunteer opportunities for GEOG 600
Research interests: (in
Vegetation on the Farallon Islands
Pitch Canker in Bishop Pine Forest at Point Reyes
Biogeography of Lake Merced
Pt Reyes Bishop Pine Fire Recovery, pdf of article
SF Significant Natural Areas
Ione Manzanita (pdf of CDF&G report)
My graduate students theses & projects ( in progress)
If you have comments or suggestions, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org